what is the pronunciation of "mad"? it's a sound I can't really describe but i've looked up danish phonetics and i saw that the D in "ad" is pronounced like a voiced TH sound? but "mad" seems to be pronounced like m-eh-gets hit in the stomach
so, what is the pronunciation of words with a vowel + D? -ad -ed stuff like that
umm try sticking your tongue against your lower teeth and do not take it off - and say try to say an 'l' and a 'get hit in the stomach sound' together. honestly - it works - the d sounds like an 'l' or 'ell'. looking for confirmation from some danes....:)
"Han spiser mad " Why is it translated into "He eats food " and not " He is eating food " ?
Either of those are accurate, depending on context. Danish doesn't make a distinction between "do" and "is doing" like English does. Both "He eats" and "He is eating" translate to "Han spiser". [2019/05/13]
The audio gets me everytime on this one. Sounds like she is saying mælk instead... he eats milk? ... something must be wrong with his milk if he is eating it. But if I am not paying attention then that is what I type:/