Tea instead of dinner is also a British regional variation - it's commonly used in northern England and parts of Scotland, for example (and elsewhere). It is also usual to say dinner for the evening meal on a weekday and for the midday meal on Sunday. Supper is more likely to mean either an informal meal or a very late meal (e.g. after getting home from an event or entertainment).
I just want to say. When one presses the repeat butto , the gentlman speaks back in an annoyed voice. If he did not say it as fast as he usually foes, in the first place, one would not have to press ut so often. We are learners. Could you say it the first time a lityle slower please.
It's a computer it really isn't getting annoyed if you repeat the audio. Repeating doesn't change the audio it's the same each time. But I guess you mean the slowmo button.
He really isn't speaking fast at all. It just sounds that way because you are new to the language (most of the sentences are pretty slow already)