So it seems like in "flicka" and "kvinna" both syllables are pronounced with the same stress?
It's hard to tell with the robot voice, but is there a slight "ya" sound at the end of "flicka"? (Like "fleek-ya"? Or is it just " "fleek-ah"?)
I alrrady passed this course but because of my lazyness i didnt keep study swedish for long while. Now im re studying it and i found that han and hon are always confusing me :-) guys lets cheer up <3
is 'to be ever conjugated'? like in french it's je suis, tu es, il est, nous sommes, and so on. Does är ever conjugate?
A memory trick I've seen others refer to is to think of Han Solo from Star Wars. He's a guy. Then "hon" is female.
I think of it as short for "honey" but I guess that only works if you actually think of women when you say the word honey.
'ett' is for neuter words, 'en' is for living things and objects as well. 'en flicka=a girl). (a T-shirt=en tröja).... (ett äpple=an apple). (ett djur=an animal).
Speach recognition is really bad. Everything i say is labeled as wrong even i said everything as it should be. I mean you only need to repeat what you hear.
Also it would be nice if you could repeat after you fail.