Well, well, I have to admit that the audio is bad and old, both. But it had to be, it´s vintage cartoon, the audio has even a delay, a discrepancy between audio and video!
Anyway, difficulties aside, one can understand that it´s a history in the Habbo Hotel, named after the Habbo video game (also vintage). It seems real old, see the funny music with an Atari-quality to it?
Hence the beggining with"Hello Happy Habbo´s."
(if I am not mistaken, proven otherwise, Habbo´s have a rábôus-sound in Portuguese, sorta)
''Look at that sturgeon!" (then Bunny appearing and catching the little duck)
Then Dove goes on saying something, and saying that the higher ups somehow are offering some sort of prize to kill the sturgeon. The higher-ups, certainly the bosses, the owners of the hotel.
The more audible part of that is:It makes me ill
(the sound is so distorted that it seems like "it meeks me ill
Next, we see Rich asking "what sturgeon?" then, seeing he invited problem (some task), he roll his eyes and sighs...
But then he, being a good guy, says something like that: "That´s me. Out to save the world again."
Then Jack (the old guy) explains something about the fish, it seems like the fish have eaten up all the seaweed, and then no seaweed to make some soup and offer to the guests. He then, exasperated asks "what´s the matter with you" (meaning indeed, what´s the matter with you, Seaweed?) the cook, in her turn, used the same sentence to Jack.
When accused and asked to spur to action, Jack shows the book (that turns out the title is "I hate my job." Jack changes his mind, no problem with the seaweed extinction, in accusatory tunes he asks if Dove is a tree huger? tree (lover)?
Rich himself, now is taking action, one has to do something; he takes the lead and invites his friends/peers by urging "Phil, Bunny, let´s go"
Again so distorted that Bunny sound "punny".
So, seeing the context one can make sense of it. To watch and see how the rest of the story goes...
To my thinking, the listening is challenging, if I were you I would train with easier listening (but then, it´s me, a very basic learner with such little skills, listening is not my cup of tea.)
I would go for less testing stuff first, for example the following ones: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GtKX_H5wr5ohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ssuiqtreiBghttps://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/cbpt ... ndex.xhtmlhttp://www.cambridgeenglish.org/images/ ... ng-key.pdf
There some very audible youtube videos, here are only some of them.
And my goal was just kick-off your training, as I said, it demands a little of time with it.
Ah, that doesn´t preclude others to give it a stab, obviously.