when i chose "in" the robonarrator pronounced "in". it usually pronounces simple monosyllabic words which i have no need or interest in hearing and is silent for words whose sound may be useful to hear. it were better just being off. just saying.
It's not a "robonarrator", the Latin course uses recordings of contributors. They likely have not recorded clips for each word, probably working towards that but it takes time.
Shouldn't "Ille canis in pavimento dormire solet" be accepted?
ille is more like 'that'.