- The audio is wrong.
- Using the word (bint) for (daughter) is a bit dialectical and not proper Arabic.
The correct form should be: hiya ibnatuki yá rányá هي ابنتكِ يا رانيا
The word بنت is more like saying girl in proper Arabic, while ابنة means indeed daughter.
Possessive articles for 2nd person singular in Arabic are: -ka (to a male) and -ki (to a female). In dialects, specially Egyptian and the Levant, the tendency is to shift the vowel before K and not after it, thus becoming: -ak, and -ik.