I thought that too! But it is a useful one, which I shall try to remember in order to keep myself right on "tog" and "taget".
Ta tåget, Tage! Tage tog tåget. 'Take the train, Tage. Tage took the train'. :D
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I know not everybody knows about them, that's why I like to point it out every now and then. :)
Please, if not asking too much, could anyone explain me the fonetical difference between å and o? Tack! :)
If you check the audiosamples here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swedish_phonology#Vowels Å = o: O = u:
Note that while Å almost always has the same pronounciation, O can both be pronounced as "u:" as in bok (book), tom (empty), or Rom (Rome) and as a short Å ("o") as in boll (ball), post (mail), or rom (rum).