It has not been reported. I just went to accept my father and not one of the reports contained my. I'm going to have to add it by hand later. This takes much longer than accepting a report.
If you correct answer is rejected, you need to click the my answer should have been accepted option. That gives us your sentence in a report. We spell check it (90% of reports have horrible misspellings) and then click accept.
I usually process 100-200 reports in a sitting. Most are wrong and have to be discarded.
Bug Reports, however, are not for pronunciation, grammatical, or spelling problems. They are only for computer problems. You have to report problems with the sentences by clicking on the report button at the bottom left of the sentence. Since I do my lessons on a computer, I don't know what options are available on smartphones, though.
I can confirm that there is also no option to type what the problem is on PC. It's a multiple choice selection, the last option being "Something else went wrong" with no option to expand on the issue. In my opinion, the female audio sounds low quality and muffled, but there is no way to list that as a specific issue.
Amelia, I'm talking about a "Bug Report" which is different from the "Report" button that is below the sentences we do. There used to be a place where we could type in the exact problem under "Report" but that option was removed. I read recently that that was because people were writing nonsense and abusive comments in the "Report" section that volunteers had to wade through to get to legitimate reports, just like there is too much spam in too many discussion threads that we have to wade through to find answers to our questions about grammar etc.
Talos, most people do not know the IPA. Besides using the IPA, could you also please explain what the correct vs incorrect pronunciation is? For instance, "the 'e' in "pater" is like the 'e' in 'bed' and not the 'e' in .......... and the 'i' in 'dormit' is like the 'i' in ....... not the "i" in .......
They should learn IPA, as you cannot learn and master a foreign language on the Internet and with very few audios without knowing this. So, if very few people knows it, they should take it as an encouragement to learn it, it's not very difficult, and one doesn't have to know the whole alphabet.
The e/ɛ IPA is one of the most useful, as the English language doesn't have a sign to write it (é and è in French).
So if you just learn a few IPA letters, learn this one, learning languages will become much easier for you.
[e] in IPA, is the French é, it's hard to find in the English language a word what will be pronunced "e" by every speakers of all the English variants, so consider it's close from the "é" in "café"
because it's "café" is a French word borrowed in English, and it kept almost its genuine pronunciation from French (in reality, café is [kæˈfeɪ] but it's a good approximation.
[ɛ] in IPA, is the french è, and the same sound than "e" in "red", or "head" (/rɛd/)
I think RafaRiffCo means "gerundives" (the verb with ....ing, used like a verb, as in I'm sleeping.)
Gerund is a "ing" form in English, but used like a noun "Loving is fun", (Here "loving" is a gerund, because it's from a verb, but behaves like a noun.)
Gerunds: poetās audiendō = (by) -the- listening of the poets.
Gerundives: voces audiendae sunt — 'the voices are to be heard'
What is not in use, Latin gerunds or Latin gerundives?
Please, correct me if I'm wrong.