I know right! Because when I first listened, I thought she said 'kvinna' but then I remember 'kvinnan' and listened it again, though after listening I still heard it like 'kvinna' so I typed it, Duo take it as a typo, thanks Duo. (´▽｀)
Fun fact: "kvinna" is cognate with the English word "queen." If you speak Russian, you'll also recognize "жена" (žena, also meaning woman). All of these stem from the same Proto-Indo-European root *gʷḗn.
Is the k in kvinnan actually pronounced? I'm having a lot of trouble pronouncing the word. I keep hearing "kuh-vee-nuhn" (very subtle k sound) but I'm not used to hearing/pronouncing a k and v together.