In french they say 'red fish' to say 'goldfish'. Is it also the case in swedish?
Is it red as in the meat is red or its just red in color? Or could it mean both?
omg when she says it quickly i feel like she does not say the ( EN ) ATT ALLLL :(
In real life we often simplify things a little so that we'll say it more like 'De-e-n röd fisk'. The e sound gets slightly longer and the R in är often isn't heard at all. The n in en would be audible though. – But in the recording, she says it much more clearly than I would in real life and all sounds are audible.
It's just the same here; in the U.S. South you might hear /"J'eet?"/ which is asking the question /"Did you eat?"/ Everyone around here knows exactly what is being said. Speakers of their mother tongue speak quickly and it all just runs together which is challenging in learning another language.