The 'et' on the end sounds silent. Can someone break down the pronunciation?
In my dialect it would actually be smør-brø'e. Silent d and silent t
What dialect do you speak?
Grenlandsk, one of the Eastern Norwegian dialects. (The cities Skien and Porsgrunn and surrounding areas)
Why is "smørbrød" incorrect? Also then i get told that i should have used a word that wasn't yet used anywhere in the lessons. ??
Smørbrød is wrong because it just means "Sandwich." The correct answer is Smørbrødet because it means "The sandwich"