does the 'k' here sounds like 'g' or it's just the TTS?
You're right, the new TTS makes it sound like a g. It should sound like a totally normal k. Forvo link to real speaker: http://sv.forvo.com/search-sv/krabba/
thank you :)
80% is en and 20% ett
Most animals are en-words!
is there any pattern for when to use 'en' vs 'ett'?
Sorry but you have to learn it the hard way by memorizing the article together with the noun.
Why would you need one or a in this sentence instead of the? I'm so confused
The crab would be "krabban" in Swedish.
Does en supposed to sound like n and not en
En is pretty much pronounced as n, yes.