voron wrote:vijayjohn wrote:Or maybe it's their dialogues in general.
The dialogues in Syrian Colloquial are great, but their disadvantage is that all together they sum up to 10 mins of audio at most. It's definitely too little to develop an ear for the language.
Also, you get used to the specific dialogue pretty quickly.
"Oh, you're married? Do you have any kids?"
"No, we don't. We have a cat."