This is probably addressed elsewhere, but can someone direct me to a good online resource for Swedish pronunciation? skärp sounds like chwar? Is that correct? Tack! :)
How reliable is it? It gives hwet and sharp as possible pronunciations but not chwar. Am I mishearing or are these all regional variations? Thank you.
The present TTS is wrong here since it cuts off the P at the end. On the page I linked you to, there is one pronunciation for skärp which is very good, and another one for the word skarp which means 'sharp', also very good. If you leave that page and go to the map page, there's another pronunciation for skärp which sound pretty much the same to me, only it has poorer audio quality.
In Russian the word sounds like "харп", "фарп", "хальп", "хвальп" to me. Now, there are two types of phrase pronunciation on Duolingo and they are different.
The plural/singular thing is driving me crazy!!! How do I know which one is it... I don't see any difference.
In this case, you can see it on both vilket, which would be vilka if it were plural, and ditt, which would be dina if it were plural. So Vilka skärp är dina? would be 'Which belts are yours?'. A lot easier to tell the difference in Swedish than in English, if you ask me :P
I hear it almost like "fwharp"... or is it like the "k" at the start of "kyckling", a more air-y "hwa" sound?