Help me with pronouncing woman in Swedish, is it "Kuh-vee-nuh"? Cause it sounds like she says "tree-nuh". Thanks
Kvi is one syllable, so try not to make any other sound between the k and the v. There's also definitely no r-sound in it. It may be easier to pronounce if you swap the v for an f, I think most Swedes do this too, subconsciously. So try to say it with the same rhythm and syllable structure as if you would say "tree-nuh," but make it "kfee-nuh" instead :)
The hint just warned me that "En kvinna" is "A female" so it's not just about a woman, right? Could it also be a female animal? And can you say "en kvinna" about a female animal?
sotnosen93 is right, kvinna is only for humans. A female animal is called 'en hona' (similarily a male animal is 'en hane'). You can combine this with the names of the animals as well if you want, e.g. en honkatt (a female cat), en hankatt (a male cat)
I don't really think you can. It shows "woman" to me like it should, so maybe that was just a bug.
Probably not, but it might depend. What language and meaning for "quin" did you mean? :)