The pronunciation of that "female robot" is poor indeed :/ I hope it's because of beta testing. (native speaker)
The tips & notes said that there are no articles whatsoever in Turkish,
But what is 'bir' then? It translates as 'an' which is an article.
i believe it's like a counter, like "eat (an/one) apple". Bir = one (literally: 1bir, 2iki, 3uç,etc.), just as birkaç = some. I'm just a beginner, but I do speak with my turkish aunt sometimes :)
Yes. Turkish has Subject-Object-Verb word order. This is explained in the notes at the beginning of the lesson! :)
Why since the "Ye" is at the back when it's supposed to be at the front?
It's not supposed to be at the front. Turkish word order is Subject Object Verb. See the Tips & Notes for the lesson.
Many languages mainly put the verb at the end (SOV): Japanese, Korean, Hindi, Turkish, Tamil, etc. Some languages would occasionally: German, Dutch, Latin, Russian, etc. Even French as well as Spanish has this kind of structure when the Object is a pronoun: Je t'aime./ Yo te amo. According to statistics, there are more SOV languages than SVO languages(English, Chinese, etc.), only that there were more people who speaks SVO languages(just look at how many people speak English and Chinese!)
İt's may sound weird to you but not to me since I'm a native Persian speaker and we have the same formula in Persian language.