The beginning of rìs sounds very much like a v sound. Quite confusing
I heard that too
Also hear a V sound, nothing like an R! In Scotland an R has quite a characteristic sound, this is nothing like it.
As a dane I'm hearing an r without a trill, like the one they have in German and French. But I did expect a trill r.
all answers with "rice" show up as being incorrect even when your answer is correct and should be accepted
I can't get out of the repetitive "rice " questions as they are all flagged as wrong. I can't move on
What skill and lesson is this in? If you can't move on, try quitting the lesson and redoing it. Should mean you don't get the same question and can move on
This seems to have been resolved , i quit the lesson and there have been no more problems. Thanks
isnt it pronounced "reesh" and not "veesh"
Gaelic has a couple of r sounds. This is what’s called a slender are and it sounds a little like a cross between and r and a v.
And THIS IS SPARTA!!!
I wonder why I was told to pay attention to the accents with this one, when my answer was correct.