Notice that the "t" is pronounced in "internationella" (The Voice is right). Anyway, that's why 75% of all Swedes pronounce national and international incorrectly. Once you've noticed it, you can't stop thinking about it :).
Then again if 75% of native speakers pronounce something in a certain way, that will automatically make it an acceptable and 'correct' pronunciation :)
Oh no, I meant that 75% of all Swedes pronounce the English words "national" and "international" the "Swedish way" :).
I'm no expert, but my feeling is that T is heard even clearer in Finno-Swedish
Most passports are issued by nation states. However International organizations (eg UN, EU, Interpol) also issue travel documents, usually called laissez-passer, to their staff which may be used in place of a national passport.
Well, my passport was issued by the Swedish Police authority. I know some immigrants, that has two passport, i.e. both from their birth country, and from the country they have moved to and lived in for many years. But I don't know any other state than the Swedish that would issue a second passport for me. So it's tied to citizenship
Ah. I had interpreted "international passports" to mean "passports that can be used for international travel," rather than "passports issued by foreign states."
Ah, that's also a possible interpretation I guess. :D There are other kinds of pass-cards you may need nationally, often when people work at big companies they have a ID-card to be allowed to pass into the area. I know in Sweden Construction Builders use something called "ID06 pass card", sounds English to me. Can it be an international word for 'a national pass' ??