I hear "kvinnol" instead of "kvinnor".
Is ''män the same of mannen..?
en man - mannen (a man - the man)
flera män - männen (several men - the men)
So does man = man and män = men?
Do you pronounce them differently?
Yes - a and ä are two completely different letters in Swedish. It's like asking "Do you pronounce b and d differently in English? They look the same."
å and ö are also completely different letters. Other, rare diacritics (e.g. é and ü) are not.
Thanks for helping me...!
Män is men mannen is The man
Mannen= The man
Mannen= El hombre
Mannen= the man
Män= men many different
I can't hear the "och"
It's very common in Swedish to leave the consonants in och silent, especially if the next word starts with a consonant. That's what's happening in this case.
How do you pronounce "man" (swedish) vs "män" (swedish)? Not sure of the difference
More or less like bun and Ben (but with m instead of b) :).
Is män also the plural of husband, along with being men? This one is bending my brain
i put it right exact as the answet still it tells me i am wrong, not funny
Yeah, that's an uncommon bug that happens occasionally. It's very annoying. :(
In spanish the translation would be "Hombre y mujer" or "Hombres y mujeres" the plurar changes the word?
Hombres y mujeres. Si quieres decir hombre y mujer, es "man och kvinna" en sueco.
Oh my god. You are my language hero right now.
Every time I see your posts, I feel it's really your avatar (called in Mexican Spanish "Pequeñita" [literally means 'small one in feminine'] who is teaching me with her peculiar personality, he he.
does anyone know how to use duolingo without having to use a microphone or sound?
Go to settings. Under both microphone and sounds, tick "off", and you're set! :)