"Veertien komt voor vijftien."
Translation:Fourteen comes before fifteen.
Is veertien pronounced as it is spelled, or is it pronounced "viertien"? Because it sounds like the robot voice says "viertien".
It should be pronounced like 'veer' + 'tien' as it is spelled. The TTS seems to do this correctly.
I have added it, though remember that the drop-down are just hints. Voor can mean several things depending on the context, one of which is before
I think this is intentional, it wants you to learn the numbers as well. It's a bit strange that they also do this from Dutch to English though.
In thuis sentence, only 'voor' is correct.
There's "voordat" when defining a point in time directly before some other point in time. I'm pretty sure "voor" can also be used in these cases, though. Not really sure how I can explain this clearly.
"Before I ate, I was hungry":"Voor/voordat ik at, had ik honger".