I find it frustrating that the slow versions don't have the ability to pronounce liaisons. In this case in the fast version has the 't' at the end of 'cet' sounded correctly. Then in the slow version 'cet' is pronounced without sounding the 't' as it would if it were in front of a consonant. I realise that part of the exercise is to understand the structure of the sentence but it IS a listening exercise in this case. Is there any solution? Again particularly galling at the last question of a test out session and no hearts left!!!!