That's what I heard too, but I knew het doesn't go with the plural. Still got it wrong as it didn't sound like menu to me.
native dutch here. it sounds like she is swallowing all those letters... for dutch people its hard to understand it too.
All I hear in this one is Het men... not even close to hearing a "u" at all.
the audio says 'et menu', I cannot hear the 'h'. Is this the way it is pronounced?
I saw people post that the h is pronounced, but when people are talking they tend to abbreviate to 'et' or even 't'.
Native Dutch speaker here. The rule is, if you want to say Het, you would pronounce the H. But colloquially Het can also be said as Uht (written as 't), in that case the H is not pronounced.
no this lady is pronouncing it wrong. the h is loudly spoken in the netherlands so you can hear it very clearly
This was very difficult to hear and understand ...sounded like 'et mennen' to me...were is clearer i would have answered it correctly
When does Het means it or The cauase whenever i do it something it turns to be the opposite.
Het means "it" or "the" depending on which makes more sense; "It menu" isn't even close to a sentence, so "the menu" makes more sense.
Het is een menu.
It is a menu.
There should be native speakers recording this instead of having robots read them :/
"Het" vs. "De" Is het used only for objects or are they both interchangeable?
Have to admit this sounds like "unt menu" to mee. Got it wrong. I simply could not hear what it was.
native dutch here.
i think your right. this woman is every time swallowing some letters. becouse of that its hard to hear.
Is there a rule (or a tendency) in Dutch for words borrowed from another language to be neuter?
native dutch here.
she said het menu (the menu) but she is swallowing those letters. thats why its hard to hear. its also other pronouncing as english...
I see everybody commenting on 'Her' pronunciation being incomprehensible, but the voice I get is Male (whose words are still sometimes difficult to understand). Am I the only who has a male speaker?
No, I have a male speaker as well, but maybe that changes. With the French course I randomly get either a male or female voice, so it may be that there are different voices in this course too.