My native speaking inlaws tell me all the time that "sade" should be pronounced "sa" when spoken unless I want to sound like a time traveller from the 18th century.
Can't I just sound like an american from the 21st century trying to speak swedish? = (
Okay, I won't question her usage but I will note that this should be considered extremely rare and very, very much oldfashioned. You would be corrected if you tried to say sade in any setting where your language could be corrected.
Vad sa du?
Hobbitarna, hobbitarna, hobbitarna, hobbitarna till Isengard, till Isengard. De tar hobbitarna till Isengard.
Haha kind of! Vad sa du/Vad säger du? Better to say ursäkta though = pardon.
This should be Vad sa du?". Both are correct but nobody uses the form "sade" and they don't teach it anymore. I studied at SFI in 2011 and Komvux in 2012 and had never heard this form until now.