Please drop the cutesy shit about cat speaking French on Norwegian and so on. I still have trouble understanding some of your audio and I really do not appreciate having to plow through such nonsense trying to understand what the hell you migh possibly mean. I do not appreciate having to give up and take the error just so you can tell me that it was about some ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤ cat speaking ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤ ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤ French! It isn't helpful or funny! It is damned annoying so just stop it! I don't beleve that I willever have occasion to deal with such assinine claptrap in the future. The only solution seems to be to push the button to say that I can't listen now. Then I can easily look up this stupid crap.
With the utmost respect to the team who put together this course. I don't think these sorts of "funny references" don't belong in a language course, they're frustrating and make you second guess your own answers. Combined with the hundreds of issues in this short course, it devalues the overall offering.
I think the point of sentences like this is so you can see which part of the sentences make the meanings so when you use/see them in everyday contexts you can more easily recognise what effect they're having. It's not something you've seen anywhere else so you need to construct them from bits you already know.
Making it funny increases a chance that you might remember the sentence, as it's so odd. Meaning you should then know how to construct a more useful sentence? It's all about figuring things out for yourself. No one's forcing you to use the course, but all the courses have silly sentences, it's how Duolingo works