This is a bit of a tongue twister.
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
He caught an early train
Please report missing translations using the "Report an error -> My answer should be accepted" button. Thank you for your help! (I've added this one now).
Ok, I didn't know that existed. Will do.
I know not everybody knows about them, that's why I like to point it out every now and then. :)
still doesn't show all three choices. will report
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).
This sentence is fun to say!
The system should display the answer when you get it correct, if you progressively guess (successive approximation) then you need to know what the true answer is or was.