The "j" in "pojke" sounds a bit like an l, in the audio. How exactly should it be pronounced?
The pronunciation of the audio seems correct to me—the j is often pronounced like an i or y (so it should be pronounced "en poy-keh"). =]
It sounds something like "y" in boy and toy.
J as in juice
I started with Norwegian, now learning Swedish. I would like to learn Icelandish too, but there is no such option :-(
icelandic is such a cool language!
I started with German and now doing swedish
Bonxjou jsno hotja
..but it does sound like an 'l', doesn't it?
Or is it our newbie ears playing tricks on us? :-)
It sounds all right to me, but here is a native speaker saying it: http://sv.forvo.com/search-sv/pojke/
is there a way to say if a word is an en-word or an ett-word?
There's no surefire way, but some tendencies are described here: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/6329293
We ain't learning japanese boi
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