I'm confused with the plural of barn. How would one say "No children are ugly." ?
"Inga barn är fula."
-- Ett barn, två barn
For 'barn', the indefinite plural is the same as the indefinite singular. I hope this helps!!
Funny how the first example on wiktionary is:
"Det var den fulaste unge jag någonsin sett."
"That's the ugliest kid I've ever seen."
I was a bit confused by the pronunciation rules, so I put ingest barn är fullt. It seems there is a g sound in there for ful but not full.
"Inget barn är fullt" means "no child is drunk", which we should surely hope! :D
That aside, there is no G-sound in there.
I didn't mention that this was for the type what you hear question. What in particular should I be listening for in this case?
I don't know where the G-sound was heard, but the audio sounds quite good to me.
I was confused by the pronunciation of 'fult', it came out sounding like 'fublet', it definitely sounded like it was 2 syllables...
Here's my rant explaining this:
Say the sentence out loud -- if you listen closely, your tongue naturally rolls off the 'l' because of the vowel length before it. This is what creates that illusion of a 'g' or fake vowel sound being tagged on the end.
Additional fun fact:
If your tongue didn't roll on its own, it's likely that your 'u' vowel length wasn't long enough, and you probably just said 'full/drunk' instead of 'ful/ugly'. :)