I really have problems pronouncing the 'Sk' in 'skjortan'. Does anyone have something that can help me get the pronounciation right?
That's not correct, though. They're completely different sounds.
The shirt has buttons is the suggested answer, as you can see on top of this page.
That's not the answer it suggested when I answered incorrectly. It suggested 'the shirt's got buttons'
If you input something that is not recognized as correct, the system will try to match it to the closest accepted answer, which means you may get shown translations that are accepted but not optimal.
So, SK is pronounced F?? Swedish is the first language where I do not understand the pronounciation rules. It looks that every word has a different rule. That's very very difficult for me.....
No, it's pronounced /ɧ/ in phonology terms. That sounds doesn't exist in English. For a relatively easy way into it, think of it as the CH in German "ach" or in Scottish "loch", but a bit softer.
SK (and SKJ) are pronounced this way before the vowels E, I, Y, Ä and Ö.