"Te dice [tu vecino en el avión] que le molesta las turbulencias."
Working through a dictation exercise in an older version of ta language course on CD from Auralog 1998 "Tell Me More", I listened to the sentence, did not hear an "n" sound in the word "molesta," but wrote anyway: "Te dice que le molestan las turbulencias." It did not disturb me that I actually hadn't heard the "n" because I miss a lot in Spanish sentences. My "ear" isn't yet accustomed to all the sounds.
Of course I wrote the "molestan" because I recognized that "las turbulencias" is plural...or?
In any case, "Tell Me More" provided the answer without that "n". What is it that I apparantly misunderstand in this case'