"Det tar generationer."
Translation:It takes generations.
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I think I hear a sound to a breath -y "hw" sound when i see that a sound is described as similar to the "sj" spelling. Does it sound a bit like that? Here, we are talking about the "ti" in tion, which was described as sounding like the "sj" (or sk at the start of a word?) sound.
I need an answer from a swede. Do you pronounce "sj" as the "ch" in German "ach"? If so I would be happy because I have a hard time pronouncing "sj".
Once someone told me that the "sj"-sound sounds like the "who" sound in English and a YouTuber told in a video that "sj" is pronounced as in Spanish "juan" the "ju" part but she told that it comes from the lungs
Idk if its like German I would be happy
No, sorry. It's not close to the ch in ach at all. The Juan comparison is much better.
Former course contributor Blehg has a series of videos explaining the sound. The first one deals with pronunciation, but you may find all three interesting.