An audio sentence, I can't get it! Help me!
Please help me. I can't understand a sentence where I have to choose between live / lives. A teenager says something like -Jenny ------ oaks tree- but it's not clear, I just can't catch the words in the middle.
Morbo, if that's the one under level 2, unit 2, what the girl said is "Johnny lives on Oak Street".
Morbo, it sounded more like Johnny than Jenny to me. Yes, the "t" in street was almost silent, but I think "Oak Street" is a common street name, so from the context of the sentence, the last word has to be "street". .
Sorry, the link isn't working right. Level 2 (in blue) Unit 2 Our Lives and Routines- Simple present statements.
What do you think about the pronunciation? Is it enough clear or some messy? I just can't listen /t/ on "street", and what about Jenny or Johnny?
Toni, which Unit/lesson are you asking about?
The only way I can make any sense out of that would be: "Jenny likes oak trees".
Uhm, Jenny lives an oaks tree, that's what I understand... but I think there's no sense.
One where the only answer is live / lives. They're aleatory so you might have to solve some before you get that what I want. Thanks!
Morbo, cuál es? Hay muchos.