the 's' in this word seems to make a 'sh' sound, no? is there a pronunciation rule for when this is the case?
The 'r' changes the pronunciation of the following consonant and is not itself pronounced when followed by r, t, l, n etc, turning them into retroflexes.
"No, I am sorry!" That's an odd sentence to put an exclamation mark on... Do Swedes use the exclamation mark a lot or is it just a duolingo thing?
Is like forcing you to accept an apology... Like, you cant refuse it. "Take it or die motherf*cker". Swedes are so metal man
I think it's a Duolingo thing - I got lots of them when I was learning French and Spanish as well.
The way it was explained to me is "uräkta" is apologizing for something that will happen (ex. you need to squeeze past someone) and "förlåt" is apologizing for something that has happened (ex. you bumped into someone).
When putting "Nej, Ursäkta" can that mean "No, sorry" as well as "No, i am sorry"?
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