Maybe change the codec from Kangaroo to DV type2 by converting.
I probably over exaggeratd the slicing up, or chopping up. The best way to describe it is to say it looks like a video confeenc where the video bandwidth is restricted. So it is in sync with teh sound, but lots of frames in between are missing.
I have DV already set up and teh video file I am editing is only 40Mb
What codec is used in your file, from what camera?
Understand that we can only help if we understand what you have done and are doing. Read this generic post:
teh video file I am editing is only 40Mb
That is a very small video file. Chances are you're using something that is highly compressed and not intended for editing. Premiere Pro is a professional level editor, and does have tendency to work best with video from professional cameras. Consumer cameras and video downloaded off the Internet does frequently give Premiere Pro a hard time. You may be better off using a consumer editor.
I wouldn't be surprised if it was DivX or similar non-editable material.
Take a look at your file in the freeware, G-Spot, that will give all details on your file. That will help others help you.
PS one should not be without G-Spot, unless they only work with AV files Captured via PrPro.