If you are a native speaker of American English, and if you understand Spanish, this micro job may be for you. It's a very SHORT work, just ONE word, but could be tough.
There's one word repeated twice in a youtube clip that I can not figure out what it is.
Listen to the context (about 15 seconds) they're spoken and figure out what the word is.
It's possible that some knowledge in Spanish might help.
Here's the video. You can fast forward to 3:43.
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The word appears as TINNY, TINNY in the closed caption (see below).
3:43 "I remember my mom would always say, you know, the only way we're gonna get out of here
and get out of this environment is for you and your brother to go to college one day.
In order to get scholarships, TINNY, TINNY, really good university, we had to go to
a high school with a good academic program..."
I need you to figure out what this "TINNY, TINNY" is.
I thought about "teeny" (tiny) but it would not fit into this sentence.
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I am giving you the answer to your question. Its "tennesse university" they are talking about. In short tenne university. I am just helping out. No need to pay. Thank You!!
Hi, I am pretty sure they are saying “to any” - so... “to any - to any good college, you’ve gotta go to...” Americans sometimes speak really fast, and their words can get mumbled together:)