OK, now I'm really mad at myself for not figuring this one out without looking. They even primed me by asking me about a cup of tea a couple of sentences ago!
Nice- te(tea)+skje(spoon)= teskje(teaspoon)!
Can someone help me with the pronunciation of "K"? Thank you.
The letter combination “skj” is pronounced “sh”.
Correction. Similarly to "sh" in English.
Do you mean generally? This got me too =/ The letter K seems quite a bit more fluid in Norwegian than it does in English, or most languages for that matter.
The Norwegian K is the same as in English
Sometimes, yes. But it depends on the letter around it.
What's the meaning of teaspoon in german
Sounds Weirdly Specific But OK.
Also, WHY DID I WRITE T SHIRT WHEN I HAD THE AUDIO? I KNEW WHAT IT WAS!
I norge, er en tskje bare en skje for te? Eller er det også en måleenhet?
It's the same as an English teaspoon.