...must be good pizza.
I'm having a hard time distinguishing between the pronunciation of "stor" and that of "står". Any tips?
The o vowel should be more closed and the å is more open. Check out Blehg’s pronounciation videos, it might help.
can bit also mean bit as in small portion?
No, not really.
Ah-hah thanks. Not a direct equivalent bit=bit then in many cases.
"bit" also means "piece". So yes, it should.
"He takes a big bit" was accepted for me today. (June 2020)
yes it can and should be accepted here
A bit is not a byte. Aren't there 8 bits in a byte?
Is bit also used in the sense of "A bite is 8 bits/A Kilobit is a thousand bits".
I'm not sure about your question but it's byte, not bite. :P
Yes, but then it's pronounced as in English (with a short 'i'). Both kinds of "bit" are 'en' words.
Jag förstår inte den meningen. Google translate är dålig.
Det säger: "he takes a big piece" eller "he is taking a big piece" på engelska
He takes a large piece is marked wrong. Why?