Is it common to drop the 'n' and other soft terminal sounds like this, before diphthongs? It sounds like the speaker is saying "kejeg" instead of "kan jeg".
There is a Youtube video that addresses that same subject. The words start strong and then kinda trail off.
April 1 2019 When she says it, it sounds like: calf on ou. When he says it, it sounds like: k f aw en øl. Luckily for me, it was a written sentence.
I had to listen to the slower pronunciation, the one that you get when you click on the turtle :)
Yeah am very fond of it myself :) I go over every year for a badminton tournament in Odense
Is this asking if it's possible to obtain a beer or is it simply the phrase used when ordering a beer? (British speaker - I think this is how Americans order a drink, but not sure).