Could anyone tell me rules on how to say certain letters in the Norweigan language? (Like what sound a "v" makes, etc. In the terms of The English language) I am so used to the German language, this is difficult!
"Veh" try saying it but without the "i". I am norweagian myself, and a trick is to drop the "i" sounds.
Is it like a "b"? Like a hard sound? Or a "v" sound, where it produces a soft sound by putting your teeth in the lower inner part of your lips?
Can anyone spell out how to pronounce han? It sounds like hran with a brief roll of the tongue.
I cant be the only one who finds norwegian easy to pronounce. Idk maybe its because my native language is turkish
I personally have no problem pronouncing most Norwegian words, being an English speaker. I only have problems hearing.
I want to know why I looked at the Norwegian and instead of typing in the English, I typed in the Norwegian. What an idiot I am! ROFL Of course, I got it wrong, like I should have.
Pronunciation: I hear a slightly aspirated H, almost like a rolled H for "han". The vocal chords are vibrated when you say "han". Its not like the English "h" because its more pronounced vibration is what I'm hearing. Natives can correct me here.