Bett is sounding a bit more like "Beit"... in both the normal and slow speeds
As a native speaker taking the placement test for fun, I have to agree with those who said that this does not sound like Bett. Even after listening to the both the normal and slow versions multiple times I couldn't make out the word. It's not just an unclear pronunciation, it's just plain wrong - no way did she say Bett (and I'm used to a lot of different German accents). Also it's just plain sad that this has not been fixed after four years…
has everyone who has mentioned not understanding "Bett" on audio reported it because it still sounds like Beit. I reported it.
Not in German it isn't. Duo's answer is correct. Check this dictionary link:http://www.lexilogos.com/english/german_dictionary.htm
It would be grammatically better, then "will" is a modal verb and asks for a full verb.
Im pretty sure the answer changes on me.. first time I put mein and it said it was incorrect and then this time I put meine because it said that was the correct answernlast time. Then it said that was incorrect and that mein was correct. This isnt the first time something similar has happened but now it has happened a few times Im starting to think Im not as crazy as I first thought.