...until they get out of prison for giving beer to a bear.
I just can't hear the difference between år and og
In this phrase, it's pretty obvious that "og" won't come straight after "et". Also "år" should not come right before "et", so the context helps. But yes, the sound is a bit sluggish.
I think år sounds more like "or" and "og" more like "ohw". If that's any help.
I also cannot hear the difference between the words morgen & måned?
The sounds in Danish seem to be pretty subtle a lot of the time, but to be "morgen" sounds like "moor'en" and "måned" sounds like "mohn'eh." If that helps.
This is mildly confusing to Spanish speakers
not just to Spanish speakers, don't worry!
That's the toughest one 'til now for sure. I also can't hear the words
Interesting how måned is like moon and month mixed together
I got 'You have a year and a month,' is that wrong?
Any tips for hearing the difference between "de" and "det"?