I like the audio on this one. It sounds like a lady who is a native speaker. (2/16/2020) I'm hearing an extra "ah" sound after "à". Is "Ìle" pronounced with three syllables "ah eel la"?
I like it. Makes me feel like I'm hearing a native speaker, and participating in preserving recordings.
The sound is a bit garbled and hard to understand.
Hard to hear
Lots of vowel sounds hanging out next to each other, is this not against the rules?
Spelling in Gaelic: when in doubt, add more vowels and h's.
Other than "e" sounding a bit like "ne", really good! And of course, we know by now that "ne" would be wrong. 8~)
This man is very hard to understand!
Apparently the program did not mark me wrong when I spelled it ìsle instead of ìle
I have no idea whether that's okay or not
That sort of thing happens. I frequently take a moment to check my "correct"answer in the comments to ensure that I am not innocently perpetuating my error!
I think it is spoken a bit fast hard to hear what is really being said