They must get all the girls with that move.
In Norwegian, Jeg' sounds like Yi'. Does deg' sound like Di'? I know j sounds like y because of words like Ja. So the main point of my question is: Does "eg" in words like jeg' and deg' sound like i'?
Yes, you got it. Deg, jeg, meg will all rhyme with English "eye" except in some dialects where pronunciation may be looser.
I hear "di viser en aviser"
Does "deg" mean you and "de" meant "they" or "it"?
'de' is a pronoun and means they.
'det' is the pronoun that means it.
'Deg' is an object pronoun and means you.
e.g. De liker deg = they like you.
Check out the notes to the object pronoun exercise here: https://www.duolingo.com/skill/nb/Object-Pronouns
Is it just me, or does Henna sound similiar to Anna? (English pronunciation of Anna.)
I was so proud I figured out this sentence. Only took repeating the slow speed 1800 times.
I presume it would be "De viser avisen henne" if it was "They are showing the newspaper to her" right?
That looks like a tongue twister