It sounds like e instead of ha.Sounds to me like Lui e un cane,not ha...Her pronounciation really suck
H has no sound in Italian. A's never sound like the English E sound in Italian either. I only count on her flow of speech pattern. Hope that helps.
I said "He is a dog" even though I meant "He has a dog". Got it wrong, but then it said the correct solutions were: He's a dog OR He has a dog. That makes absolutely no sense!! :O
how do you know when to put "ha" instead of "ho"? I understand that it is a masculine and feminine thing, but I would think that since "lui" means he, then it would be "ho"?
I wrote he is instead of he's and it said I wasn't correct? He's and he is is the same thing...
All Americans are wrong, it is correctly pronounced, e and a are two different sounds. Both graphemes are constant in italian they never change pronunciation as in English. Italians speak ten times faster than this.
I think a new italian speech is needed. I only hear 3 syllables ........'lui a'