The woman says fals. I am a Turkish and its true speakink is Öde. She says Ö de. Never stop at the between Ö and de.
It's a robot, the speech is generated. Some courses have registered speech (Esperanto for example), I would like registered files for Turkish too.
THANK YOU!! One syllable! It is very frustrating to fail this word over and over again. Now I can't wait to see this again and get the green light of success. I wish you could retry the pronunciations even once after you fail. A lingot for you, Fecriye
Fun fact! In Swedish, öde can mean deserted or dead (as an adjective) but also fate or destiny (as a noun). This means that one has to pay (ödemek Öde!) for one’s destiny (ens öde)
Unsurprisingly, the same in German! "deserted" as an adjective, but "waste" or "desert" as a noun