Every single time I get this one, I can't make out the word "chaileag". I don't know if it's me or the recording.
The l sound in the middle of the word has been replaced with an n sound
Sounds more like the hedgehog was jumping
I cannot hear anything that sounds like "chaileag" in this recording. I can only hear "ghraineag."
The audio on this sounds more like 'gràineag' than 'chaileag'.
Chaileag is unrecognisable in this sentence. Sounds like chaneag a definite n sound instead of l...
Is this a dilectal variation? If so, where is this pronunciation found?
Yeah I'm also struggling, does an l sometimes sound like an n or is it just this particular instance?
It just sounds wrong to me! the hedgehog was jumping.
Sounds like ghràinneag to me.
I did it over and heard the same thing - hedgehog
why is it chaileag and not caileag? I really struggle with this.
Because feminine nouns lenite with the definite article.
Finding this lesson difficult to understand .Yes sounds lime hedgehog
This speaker has a bass voice. I hear his t's as d's, his c's as g's and so on a' chaileag therefore sounds to me as though it begins with a g. Bearing that in mind I have been able to understand his words fine
I hear Bha a' chaileag a' leum sound fine to me :)
I had a hard time with it, but once i knew what the word was, it was clearly chaileag