So.... "pige" is the singular form, while "piger" is plural. Right?
Mange tak! :)
I also hear vees or vis when "vi" is pronounced individually. But when in the sentence it is like vi only. I guess some kind of a liason is the act.
I read in another comment that it's a bug in the audio. There should be no "s" there.
That happens every once in a while unfortunately... if it happens once in a lesson it'll be more likely to happen again in that lesson. Thankfully I haven't had it happen in a while, just keep refreshing and maybe it'll go away?
I can hear very clear "Vees or Vis" when I want to play the word individually... is confusing.
So is pige in singular pronounced like 'peej' while in plural it's 'pee-juh'? Also are the -r's and -n's in -er and -en pronounced? I can't tell