Había mucha comida en la casa.

The audio for some reason says “arta” or something else instead of “mucha”. I reported this, but how / why does this happen? It is very bizarre.

I hear the same, but I believe it to be “harta”, which appears to be a Latin American synonym to “mucha”.

Update: “harta” is actually the word used in the source sentence over at Tatoeba. Strange!

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The audio and text has been switched for me. The audio says “mucha” but the text says “harta”

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Yes…this is weird, it has now been switched for me…which is slightly annoying because I never learned the word “harta” but it wasn’t reset to zero. Not a huge deal though, I just reset it to zero and can learn it now! =)