I thought I saw a j. Needless to say, children =/= bears.
i also heard bjornen, and bears do eat meat so...
Uuuggghhh. I got this wrong on listening because I STILL can't hear the difference between "kød" and "kødet".
Does anyone have any hints??
I didn't hear it at first, but I thought to go to some Danish livestreams whenever I had time so I could train my ears. That worked for me.
How would they get any pudding if they didn't eat their meat?
Why does 'the children' not follow the normal pattern? Barn - barnet - bornene?
It's irregular, like too many nouns in many languages are :)
Et barn - Barnet - Børn - Børnene
(singular, definite, plural, plural definite)
Replacing meat with flesh makes the people involved sound so savage.
"The children eat flesh."
Children in denmark must be wild
Really struggling with when it's "the meat" vs "meat"
I mean børnene spiser kødet.
sounds like bear!
When is 'kød' steak and not meat?
Oh no I always miss definitive suffixes
I'm still hearing a "j" sound in children and can't distinguish it from "bears. Should there be a j sound or is it a software problem?
I hear no j, maybe it's because you expect an 'o' sound but the 'ø' sound is slightly different.
is there a grammar og vocabular that can be studied?
Having a problem between distinguishing "Child" and "Bear" any help?
Bears....I wrote bears eat meat. oh well
barn = child
et barn = a child
barnet = the child
børn = children
børnene = the children
So i just listened to this and got a male voice, first time ever, done this for almost 80 days straight and its always been female. Also my first exercise of the day, wonder if theyre all gonna have a new voice or just this