Why is it that Google translator pronounces de as I would (almost like they in english) and Annui say like dom? Are there different dialects?
It's an error in the Google TTS. Almost everyone pronounces de and dem as dom at all times, but yes, there are a few dialects where de is pronounced as if it were written di or de instead.
Would you say, for example, finlandswedish pronounces the letters more as the phonetically appear? I ask because most swedish speakers I know are finnish, and I notice many of the words sound rather different.
Can someone please put all the swedish personal pronouns here? I'm having a hard time memorizing which is for what
Sure thing! Have a list: http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix:Swedish_pronouns#Personal_pronouns
Immptessive accomplishments. Kudos. What is your native language? I assume english since i dont see it there.
No, my native language is Swedish. I am one of the creators and moderators of this course.
Then you are beyond awesome! Thank you and everyone else who created and work on this site. It brings me so much joy to learn these languages. I've always wanted to learn as many as possible but it's hard to do. Duolingo makes it possible. my daughter just returned from visiting friends in Sweden and she is totally smitten with the country and the people. I hope to go someday. Thanks again.
The TTS is pretty good here. Both de and dem are normally pronounced dom (there are a few dialects where they're said as if they were written di). In normal speech we very often swallow the R sound in är.
"In normal speech we very often swallow the R sound in är." So, would that work in a similar way to how most people in England do it? I mean, is Swedish often non-rhotic?
It's pretty different from English – it's usually silent in this word, but not as a general rule.
Whenever r gets close to D, T, L, N, or S, it likes to melt together with the other consonant(s) to form retroflex sounds, which you don't really have in English.
Here's a link to a long discussion about Swedish R:s – they also vary quite a bit by dialect. https://www.duolingo.com/comment/5522768
Also impressive accomplishments. I'm encouraged by so many intelligent people. Life goes on.....
How do i know when a pluralized word ends with -or as in flickor and when it ends with -ar as in poijkar?
Yes, "de" is usually pronounced as "dom", especially in casual speech. This has already been covered in the comments, so next time please read through them before asking your questions.
Idk why but is a lil bit wierd when it says "They are girls". I think that something is missing or, I dunno.
You point at a group of people and go "They are girls". Nothing is missing
I feel really rejected... it constantly can't recognize that I'm saying the right thing... Is it an accent or something..?
Rösten sade "dom" men svaret krävde "de". The voice said "dom", but the answer wanted "de".