So, the two words are agglutinated into one? Just asking, as this would be close to how such compounds would be handled in German, unlike in English.
Also, is this the regular handling, or are there exceptions?
In italian, when you say "me", the "e" is very open, while in swedish it usually sounds more something like "m(eu)"; and in english, the eu sound is a closed "a" sound.
Very confusing indeed, but i think that that's what i meant 1 year ago :)