How do we know when to pronounce the "g" as a hard "g," when it is silent, and when it sounds like a "y?" Examples:
Hard G: “vegetariANen” (the vegetarian). Silent G: “i morgon” (tomorrow), which is pronounced: ee-mor-ON” "Y" sound: “vargan” (the wolf) which is pronounced: var-YAN”
The basic rule is that g is hard before the 'hard' vowels a, o, u, å and soft before the soft vowels 'e, i, y, ä, ö'. Exceptions are common in loan words, which is what we have here.
The dropped g in morgon is just one of those things that tend to happen in very common words.
I didn't know that, thank you. I found this article that explains it : http://www.englishteachermelanie.com/when-is-it-ok-to-use-foods-and-fruits/
BTW, I can see the same question (and others) have been made below, but they were not displayed on the android app (on the contrary, the app told me no comment had been made yet on this). So, sorry for the repetition.
(ps : how did you know i'm french =))
Yeah, it's a known bug in the Android app, very annoying. I thought for the longest time that so many of our users were idiots for not reading any comments, until I found out they literally were not able to. Quite humbling.
Haha, have you ever met someone calling themselves "Guillaume" who didn't speak French? :p