"I am against meat!"
Translation:Jag är mot kött!
Ohh,i realised that it had sh-sound for some vowels and for others not.Thanks for clarifying.
Tho if i can just ask you what's the deal with words like ske and sjung for example,in ske i hear it like hve,and sjung i hear like hung.At first i thought it's a combination of s+k but i heard ˝skall˝ without any sound change
A hard question. Actually the 'sh'-sound has several different spellings (sj, sk, skj, stj, sch, ch, tj) without really changing the sound, it's just in the spelling so that different words that sound alike, becomes clear in writing. On the other hand different dialects (in different parts of Sweden) differs a bit in how this sound is pronounced.
You're welcome! Above I have added a few more spelling alternatives for this 'sh'-sound. Swedish spelling is not an easy case :-) Note that Swedish "ch" does not have the "T-"sound in the beginning, as it is in English (Swedes often miss this pronounciation in English, too). We seem to have lost the T-SH connection altogether through time, even though we can see it in the spelling sometimes.