on word bank there was an option to put "she eats children"
Is the k in kyckling really not pronounced like a k?
I think so. It's like shykling.
Thanks Connor and Ayla!!
Is there a rule to this, or is the "k" sound always more like a "sh"?
"K" is pronounced like "k" before o, a, u, å.
"K" is pronounced like "sh" before e, i, y, ö, ä, j in stressed syllable.
It doesn't have some rule 0_0
I get now why they say kjellberg like that - PewDiePie
Kycling is eady to remember because it sound like chickling and it means chicken
How to pronounce "äter" ?
Please see this site: http://forvo.com/word/%C3%A4ter/#sv
Thank you, but later in the sentence "De äter ost" it's doesn't sound like that, why ?
I can’t listen to the other sentence. But the /r/ might be silent if there’s a following consonant as in this example. Could that be what you’re referring to?
Could this also be "she's/she is eating chicken"
That's what I answered and apparently it's wrong. I just don't know why.
i ALMOST put children, and I was like DUOLINGO WHAT but then i reread kyckling..
children would be barn
my answer was correct since the question was in Swedish