The speech here at full speed seems impossible to discern here!
what is the difference between tavolo and tavola?
I noticed the use of both too, it's explained here:
I hear "tavoro" is that correct? Shouldn't be tavolo instead?
It should be "tavolo", indeed. But the recording isn't clear, I'm a native speaker and I had troubles understanding it, it sounds like "tavòro" when it should be "tàvolo". I'll report it.
Yep. It's "Loro hanno un tavolo" (They have a table.)
Native speaker please....In speaking Italian, are the words always strung together as in this lessons' voice?
Why not "desk"?