Sometimes duolingo comes with nonsense phrases, pff
I wonder if this is a thing in sweden.....
What will you do when there is no plate? Just grab a book!
Some of these phrases are really strange!
Okay, seriously confused now. Before, "och" was always "oo", now sometimes it is, and sometimes the "ch" sound is pronounced? What's the deal??
Nothing's wrong with the TTS. "Och" is usually pronounced without the "ch" when it's without stress. If it falls before a vowel beginning word, then there comes a tendency for people to put a liaison between it.
Yes, the new TTS seems to deal with "och" differently. I would also like to hear this addressed....
Name a more iconic duo. I'll wait...
I love how 'tallrik' is so close to the Flemish 'talloor' which also means plate haha
Pronunciation:Is it "Bok" or "book"?
Its really "bok", the O sound is strong
It could be "Tallriken och boken", right?
That would be "the plate and the book" :)
Does tallrik means 'plate' or 'dish'?
the TTS here reads the 'ch' in "och" but in other phrases it doesn't, please can someone explain when we pronounce the 'ch' and when we don't?
Hey, I know a channel on youtube that teachs swedish very well, at least the basics. There's a video about pronunciation, you should watch:
thanks man : )
thanks everybody duolingo drives you crazy sometimes. Do we all rapport enough? Especially biggers lanquages should be without mistakes .
This makes no sense to me...
What in the world is this combo???
Glossy pictures in books are called plates. Is "en tallrik" only something you eat off of or can it be a picture in a book?