This explains in one sentence a big issue I had once !
There can be Christmas anytime
In the audio, the "jul" sounds like "juli".
Jeg er enig med dig - "jul" lyder her som "juli" med et svagt stød i midten. Det er temmelig forvirrende.
er der juli i juli? haha
There is in Australia
Hvad med "during"?
Yup, "jul" is included in "juli".
I can very clearly hear an 'ee' or 'e' after i, like Er der jul i (ee?) juli?
listening either slow or fast, the speaker clearly says "er der juli i juli," not "er der jul i juli."
The pronunciation is obviously wrong here for "jul". When in doubt the most of the pronunciation problems can be solved by applying here :) :
For air conditioning contractors, yes there is.
jul and juli - no difference in pronunciation.
Lots of people in Australia have Christmas in July, when it is (relatively) dark and cool to enjoy the lights and the food. (I don't know why it is in July rather than June, though, when the winter solstice occurs.)