The computer lady sounded like "Er du norsk?" on my speakers. Now I am sad.
Is there a separate word for Norse or is that applying to something else?
The word, "Norse," refers to the Scandinavian language group, especially in an ancient or medieval form.
If you want to refer to Norse mythology, for example, you can say, "norrøn mytologi."
Is it Norshk or Norsk?
It's pronounced like the first, spelled like the second.
We don't use a capital N in "norsk", only in "Norge".
So norsk is not capitalized?
Only proper names are capitalized. The word, "norsk" is an adjective so, unlike the English word, Norwegian, it's not capitalized. :0)
'Er' is corect pronounce in this answer? Is 'ar' or 'er'?
Yes, it's correct. :0)
Correct IPA pronunciation is /æɾ/.
Click here for the IPA pronunciation guide. Follow this link to hear native speakers pronounce it on Forvo.
So does the "norshk" pronunciation apply to "nynorsk" as well?
Do you feel like he didn't pronounce "h" in hun? In qolloquial speech, can "h" sound be ommited when saying "hun" and "han"?
I understood "Er du norsk" D:
I always get this one wrong because it sounds like "Er du norsk?"
I listened 5 times, "Er engelsk". nothing in between.
At regular speed I keep on listening 'Er du norsk?' :-S
It sounds like he is saying "Er du Norsk".
The faster prompt in norwegian is not using the word "hun".
It's hard to understand "hun" in the listening exercise.
Why are they not in order
sounded like "are you norsk?"