I had this as a "type what you hear" task, and this is what I typed: "De tycker om skjorlarna." (I thought I was writing that I liked the shirts, mixing it up with skjortorna!). I am not used to hearing those kj and skj sounds, so I get the skirts and the shirts mixed up. How can one improve listening for these sounds? I tried forvo, it was too slow and the words too isolated.
I can't hear the slow pronunciation, but the ordinary speed pronunciation of kjolarna is quite good here. There are two other major problems with the pronunciation here though: the usual that de should be pronounced dom, and secondly that om must be stressed in tycker om.
kjol is a difficult word for Swedes too, children typically have problems learning how to spell it.
If it is written "De tycker om kjolarna" You dont say "Dom" you do say "De". If it is written "Dom tycker om kjolarna" you can use "Dom". Also if its written "Dem tycker om kjolarna". You can use "Dem". As I was learned in School, you dont want to use the word "Dom" if you can skip it by be using De or Dem.