The Swedish Alphabet
This is what I have come up with so far. Let me know if I can make this better in any way.
Gg (gee) “g” as in “grunt”
Hh (❤❤❤) “Ho ho ho” –Santa Clause
Ii (ee) Show your teeth while saying it
Jj (szhee) Szh = sh with a buzzing noise
Kk (koa) Like in “Koala”
Ll (el) say the “e” like in “bet”. Then stick your tongue to the roof of your mouth
Oo (oo) “oo” as in between “boo” and “boat”. Poke out your lips
Qq (que) said sort of like “coo” but “que” like
Rr (arr) “a” as in “bat” and roll those R’s with your tongue
Uu (oo) say “eww” but drop the “ee” sound
Ww (doo belle vee) say all three together. Say “belle” like in “bell” and the last “e” as in “bet”
Yy (ee) say “ee” but push out your lips this time
Zz (sa da) say both together. “sa” like in “sad” and “da” like “du”
Åå (o) as in “boat”
Ää (a) as in “bat”
Öö (?) the “u” sound like in “push”
I will try to get some of the Swedish words later.
But if reinventing the wheel helps you understand its function and use, then the wheel should be reinvented! :)
Does å have a sound to like like oh-uh / o-a? I hear kinda both a bit. More the o though.
Probably. I've been listening to bunch of swedish alphabet on youtube and this is what i've come up with. If someone else says so, I'll change it.
this website was linked to previously and as quite a good pronunciation guide. Also, I may be misinterpreting what you're trying to do, but... W and Z are in the alphabet yes but they aren't used much except in some loan words. J is pronounced like the english Y, and G at the end of words becomes soft.