I have mentioned before the speed at which some of the example sentences are said and I wondered whether it is structured.
I presume that this lesson is solely for A1 level students. If so, there is a sentencs that is so fast that I cannot hear all of the syllables.
In "Andrea juega al ..." I find it difficult to hear all of the syllables near the start of the sentence.
Could it be that the sentences are slowed for the lower levels and speeded up as we become more adept at listening to Spanish?
Sorry to complain but I find the course suits my needs and this tweak would make it even better for me. I don't know whether others would agree.
I've readjusted all the audios in the examples. I hope it's better now.
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