When I try to pronunce it: "Deh eh en elh" xD
Very good :)
I pronounce it "Dare an L"
Could be This is a moose or?
This - Det/den här (literally "it here")
That - Det/den där (literally "it there")
This is a moose - Det här är en älg.
but why it accepts the answer with "that" then?
The "där" is optional in that case.
Det is also for they isn't it??? How come it represents "IT"..??
No, 'de' (confusingly pronounced 'dom') is for 'they'.
De = they
Det = it
the 'it" and the "moose" sound like dear ellie when you listen to the seperatly
Exactly what I heard, in the slow version: ellie
I'm having difficulties understanding both how "det" and "älg" are pronounced. Could somebody please clear this up?
Some say that it's pronounced as "elh" or "ell"
Why is it "det" rather than "den" when "en älg" is of the common gender?
ETA: Oh, came across it in another thread
Which of the vowels in this sentence are phonetically identical? Do the two e s make the same sound? Do the two ä s make the same sound?
What is difference betwen "älg" and "älgen"?
"Älg" means "moose"
"Älgen" means "the moose". There's "the" there.