What's the difference in pronunciation between lon and leon (do not have access to the special chars for lon)?
Contextually it's the difference between "you all do not want lunch" vs "you all do not want a lion", but without context, I couldn't tell the difference when just listening to the audio.
Wandering through some of the teanglann.ie recordings, it sounds as though the Munster palatalization of slender L is briefer than that of Ulster or Connacht, and sometimes it’s barely discernable. It can be heard clearly in the Munster recording of lionsa (“lens”) because it seems to last longer than usual.
I don't like Duolingo, i click on the words for a hint or something, and then you can just guess what happens next, some gibberish pops up like "at him lunch want" or something similar to that. I really don't know if Duolingo is broken or if it's just an annoying feature. Please help