The pronunciation for the sentence as a whole and for the word by itself are different in the TTS. Could someone clarify which is correct?
Both are actually OK, it depends a bit on both region and taste. I think the slow version is a bit more common, but I'm not quite sure.
this could help with these issues (:
I love this spelling :D
As for the pronunciation woes in this thread, I personally like to use Forvo as a resource in these instances:
Is this engineer like train driver or like electrical-mechanical etc engineer, or both like in English?
It's the latter.
A question to somebody who knows polish pronounciation. Is the g pronounced like "ż" in "inżynier" or something more like "h", "inhenior" or "sz" "inszenior"?
All foreign z become s and all foreign ż become sj (phonetically, not often orthographically). And sj-sound varies between ch and sz (some dialects pronounce it ch, some sz, some — at the same time)
No matter how I say the word it says I pronounced it wrong
I would honestly suggest turning the speech recognition off. It's not very reliable for Swedish.