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I can't do audio tests with 2.5 Occupation

a-new-address2 February 7, 2016, 8:51 am
I really don't understand how to answer these audio questions..
der Kellner (m) / die Kellnerin (f)
If I only say one of those, I get 25%
If I say both, it registers my voice as saying der Kellner die Kellnerin but only gives me 50%..

Seems like a bug to me?


I can't do audio tests with 2.5 Occupation
Annie-W February 8, 2016, 3:44 am
Yes, I get the same. I choose to repeat them a few times in the vocabulary section under the dialogue and when I am competent with my pronunciation, mark it as easy in the "say it, hear it" section.

Maybe this will be updated soon by RG.

I can't do audio tests with 2.5 Occupation
errant-italian-knight April 19, 2016, 2:23 am
Make sure you are saying the article as well as the word. This fixed it for me.
I can't do audio tests with 2.5 Occupation

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