Or "How many points have made ours?" :)
I've disabled the audio exercises for this sentence.
When? I just heard the same, wrong pronunciation a minute ago.
We can only disable the audio exercises, not the audio itself.
What's the pronunciation difference?
Should the t be pronounced in the participle and not in the definite noun?
Yes, the t is pronounced in the verb ending -et marking past tense/participle but not in the noun ending -et marking definite in the neuter
The T in "vårt" is always pronounced as spelled.
No, not vårt. I mean in laget. My understanding is that it can be the past participle of å lage or the definite of et lag. Is there a difference in pronunciation between the two homographs? Does the t vary? Is there a tonal difference?
See JenniferTauber's response.
That doesn't quite sound correct in English to me
I'd probably ask instead, "What's the score?"
Depends what sort of competition it is. If it's a pub quiz then "How many points does our team have?" is a perfectly good question.
Sound fine to me, depending on the game.
It's prompting me to translate this: "How many rating the message has layer vårt ?", what is going on?