The Talking Elk of Sweden are a well kept secret of the Varmland district. Once thought to have been a parlor trick of the elves living the trees of the forest, it is now widely accepted as a fluke of evolution. In recent years fears for the safety of such elk, due to their value as zoo or circus attractions, has lead to the Swedish government denying their existence. See also 'The whistling ducks of Denmark'.
Are you sure (I forgot his name shhh...) The guy didn't mean Sweden cause you know people can get confused sometimes
Ah, that's just to mislead you: really it was written by a troll high on fermented herring.
Really? Well, I guess you're still mad at me because I drank your cat's milk and told your parents that you eat ants :P
I can't 'hear' the difference between 'Jag är en talande älg' and 'Jag har en talande älg'. Is there a difference, and should it be a matter of practice?
I can understand that it is hard to hear the difference, but there definitely is one.
The "ä" in är is pronounced more like the "ea" in the english word "bear". While the "a" in har is pronounced more like that "a" in the english word "are".