So, if "a book" is "en bok"; "the book" is "boken"; "books" is "böcker"... Then, what is "the books"?
It sounds like she is saying dom?
bok -> bocker...? Please explain.
Some words undergo a vowel shift when they are pluralised. You can compare this to English goose → geese, or foot → feet. Bok is one of these, being böcker in the plural. You can find a full list of these words here.
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Im having a bit of struggle pronouncing böcker..listened to it plenty just cant get it :(
Try saying "bek-ker" but with rounded lips like you're going to say "booker". The Swedish ö is basically just like the German ö, if you're familiar with that. [2019/05/07]