Is there a speed control for the audio?

GarryA2Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Is there a speed control for the audio?

An interesting read-along but the speed was a little difficult to keep up with as I tried to sort out new vocab. Is it posssible to slow it down as on Youtube with a .75 or Normal choice of speed? That'd really be helpful to read along at the slower speed first time through, then go back and sort out the new vocab with the pop-ups (I figured how to do that in MS Word, today, but Heaven knows how you do it on a web-site!) It's a pity that the audio has so much reverberation/echo popping in and out on stereo which makes it difficult as well. But, still the best listening/read-along exercises anywhere.

The use of otorgar seemed a little strange to me; would entregar or dar also be suitable in the context?

What is a pisco sour?

Asked 1 year ago
InmaKwiziq team member

Hola Garry

The sugestion about speed control has been already passed on to the team to consider it.

Pisco sour is a typical Peruvian cocktail prepared with pisco, lime juice, sugar syryp and egg white (although I imagine the recipes may vary).

Otorgar is just slightly more formal than other verbs like dar or entregar, but it still clicks nicely on this text. 

Saludos

Inma

Is there a speed control for the audio?

An interesting read-along but the speed was a little difficult to keep up with as I tried to sort out new vocab. Is it posssible to slow it down as on Youtube with a .75 or Normal choice of speed? That'd really be helpful to read along at the slower speed first time through, then go back and sort out the new vocab with the pop-ups (I figured how to do that in MS Word, today, but Heaven knows how you do it on a web-site!) It's a pity that the audio has so much reverberation/echo popping in and out on stereo which makes it difficult as well. But, still the best listening/read-along exercises anywhere.

The use of otorgar seemed a little strange to me; would entregar or dar also be suitable in the context?

What is a pisco sour?

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