Here the word ´´appelsinerne´´ has different pronunciation .
"Appelsinerne" is here pronounced somewhat silly when you play the whole text. If you hower over the word alone however, it will be pronounced correct.
If in doubt, here is another pronunciation of "appelsin" (singular):
appelsinerne made me think is was talking about apple juice, not oranges
How do I know when it's talking about multiple oranges vs one orange?
appelsinerne sounds like apple cinnamon. I like appelsinerne flavoured food!
Orange is good for your health
It pronounces it like a-bil when the sentence is read, and ap-el when you hover on the word. Are both correct? Like tomayto tomahto?
I think that the pronounciation of the single word here would be correct.
One question: are double consonants "Glottal Stops" (ʔ) when before 'e'?
There "is" is missing in the words selection
I was going to include 'the' in my answer but didn't because it was capitalized. It's either an error or a misdirection on purpose.
It can also be.............The elephant is eating the oranges?