The audio is of horrible quality. Further, he pronounces Philadelphia as /f...fia/ instead of as aspirated p-s (/pʰ/).
Yeah... that's what ya get for picking a beta language.
I sure hope they'll have redone the audio by the time they release gamma...
What is difference between 'you' and 'I?'
I live in Philadelphia: Philadelphiae habito.
I might not remember correctly, but I think on my Latin lessons in high school (centuries ago and not in an English speaking country) they taught us that "ae" should be pronounced as "e". Can someone knowledgeable tell me more about it?
Most likely the ecclestrian latin pronunciation. This lesson is the reconstructed Classical latin.
where is the "you"?
in "habitatis", that's the you conjugation
Shouldn't it be Philadelphi-eye in reconstructed classical pronunciation? Thanks in advance.
How can I tell when the subject is you or I
The verb habitas is conjugated in the 2nd tense. So the verb caries the subject.
The Pronunciation for Philadelphiae is off. Sounds more like Philadelphia ei habitas.
This audio is very cursed
By the time I've struggled every time to type the LONG name of the place, I've forgotten what I'm putting at the end of it!!
Can't believe they don't accept You live in Philly... Jesus