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.
After studying mainly Swedish, Danish pronunciation makes my head hurt..
Making fun of danish pronunciation is an art here in Sweden! ;)
I want to learn it.
Danish pronunciation makes me laugh so hard
Same here. I was recording and laughing at the same time for my last sentence!
Yeeees, I'm feeling it haha it just looks the same, but totally different sounds
He feels like a room without a roof.
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.
Why am I hearing 'han er a glad'?
It is weird that it counted 'fond' as a mistake whereas it has given it as an option just a few moments ago... oh, well
"Glad" in audio sounds like the male speaker is puking... probably had too much of Carlsberg...
In Afrikaans, 'glad' means -flat-^^ Haha..
Han er 'glow'. Is that the correct pronunciation? Kinda tricky
Hvilket smukt sprog!