That's exactly what I put. I assume Danish is close enough to German for me to know this for sure. I'm going to report it.
In the complete phrase the first word sounds more like the "e" in "Yes" but if you listen to the word on its own it sounds more like the German "Ja", is that because in the context of the sentence the pronunciation changes?
In the fast audio, "ja" is pronounced "yeh," but when listened to individually it's "yah." Which one is right?
Based on what I hear, pige is pronounced "pea", the "ee" sound is long; Pigen is pronounced "pea-ən"; Again: this is based on what I hear
Yes, the g turns into a little push at the end, so pige sound more like /pij/. [2019/05/13]