Is there a different pronunciation for smørbrød and smørbrødet? In the listening task I can't hear the difference...
It is! But the audio here is actually not the best example of it, I couldn't even hear it myself.
It was very difficult for me to hear the schwa sound at the end of "smørbrødet."
Wait, I can't understand any of this comments, how do I actuallu pronounce smørbrødet? I can't tell the difference between smørbrød and smørbrødet
Neither can I. Although GioFoss posted a link below. It sounds like there's an "a" sound at the end of smørbrød with smørbrødet.
If I am ordering a pesto chicken sandwich (my favorite "cheap" meal in Norway) would it be correct to say "pesto kylling smørbrødet?" Also, do Norwegians refer to the store 7-11 as "Seven Eleven" or "Sju Elleve?" Takk!
If ordering it I would ask for "et kyllingsmørbrød med pesto" or "et smørbrød med kylling og pesto". "Et pestokyllingsmørbrød" would also work, but it's a mouthful. If there's a menu then your safest bet is of course to call it whatever it's called on the menu.
People familiar with the franchise call it "Seven Eleven".