The voice got reallllly slurry on the second word in this sentence.
Yes. The noun is unrecognizable.
Unrecognizable as any word at all to my dad, who is a native speaker. This should be corrected.
I looked up what it sounded like to me and got 'Alarm Clock' :\
I suppose some alarm clocks are blue too ;)
I put that too! I speak German fluently and couldn't make head nor tail of it... frustrating
For a second I actually thought she said "Rebecca". :(
Rebecca could be a smurf...
This question is so ❤❤❤❤❤❤
FYI. Nothing will get fixed until you hit the "Report a Problem" button on the previous page and explain the issue. We can't be sure if the developers are reading these discussions. I will report the "Röcke" pronunciation now.
Please fix the pronounciation of Röcke. It is totally unrecognizable.
Yeah the pronunciation of Röcke was pretty bad :|
This should be re-recorded. "Röcke" sounded like "Wecker", and I was on my last question, wchich made me fail the whole test. I'm kind of unhappy.
Stupid owl, takes your last heart mistakenly and then leaves a puddle of tears on the floor
Report the issue. Talking about it here does no good.
I also cannot hear the 2nd word
+1 same on second word
I agree, the word "Rocke" is almost unrecognizable...maybe re-record it?
Rocke is almost unrecognizable! i thought the voice was saying Jackete or something in relation to jacket! this should be fixed
Röcke was unrecognizable, I tried to guess, but It was impossible :/
Should "A few skirts are blue" work here?
Cannot hear the noun!!!
I understood Wecker instead of Roecke :( The pronunciation was really hard to understand
It does not sound like "Röcke" at all !!!
Between never being taught Manche and Röcke being unintelligible, this was a fun one to try and translate..
Manche ubhrjcchshx ist Blau
No way this says Röcke. Needs a new sound file.
Could not understand second word and lost a heart!
I totally agree there is an audio problem with Röcke. Will report it.
Me too. I tried to report it and the option was greyed out
Pronunciation is terrible on this one
Why sind and not haben? What’s the rule for using is/has when discussing color of an object?