Pronunciation difference between "det är soppa" and "deras soppa"?
"A" is pronounced more like "Aw", while "Ä" is pronounced more like the "A" in "Cat" or "Eh".
Also, "Det är" doesn't have an "R" sound in the middle.
Tack så mycket!
“det är soppa”: [deːεːʂɔp:a]; ”deras soppa”: [deːrasːɔp:a]. (I take it that you know IPA and are able to look up characters you don’t know.)
doesn't the possessive pronoun show if it is an EN-word or an ETT-word? For example, "min soppa"?
It does for min, din, vår, er 'mine, yours, ours, theirs' but not for hans, hennes, deras 'his, hers, theirs'.