Not going to be using that often, here in Britain ;)
Or in the Pacific Northwest
Or in Bergen.
I hear quite a typical english "e" in the first "e" of "regner", it sounds more like:
det r-eye-ñer ikke. Any info on this would be appreciated
Yes, you are correct. The "g" is pronounced as "i": reiner.
Betyder "at regne" også "to count"?
You can use "å regne med" for "to count on".
In the context of mathematics, it means "to calculate", while "å telle" would be the equivalent of "to count".
How to differentiate between "it is not raining" and "it does not rain"? The meaning is very different and i can't believe that it can be so easily misunderstood in spoken Norwegian.
Context. It's really not an issue. :)