Could we also say "glad" instead of "happy"? As a native English speaker, this is how I am going to remember it.
Correct. Please report it when you find it :)
Danish "glad" covers both English "glad" and "happy".
Though, as a native English speaker as well, I would understand a difference between glad and happy. Glad is being pleased at a result of something (sort of). If someone asks you "how are you" you wouldn't reply "i am glad".
yes! I tried!
Should be possible, it means the same. If you get an error for it, report it.
phonetically how is glad pronounced? Is sounds like Glow but I dont know if that the voice duo uses or not.
Here is the pronunciation by native speakers. The sound at the end of the word is a "soft D", which is like the "th" sound in "the" in English, but with the tongue behind the bottom teeth.