Does an "s" following an "r" always make a "sh" sound? Because it doesn't sound like "senere" is pronounced with an "sh" here.
Probably just not sufficiently enchained speech.
Its a retroflex and its very common in Norwegian speech, but its highly dependent on dialect.
"senere" = "seinere"
Yes, they are just variants of the same word.
This implies the dogs are going to eat in the future; is it not necessary to use skalle to indicate this?
Is it allowed to say "the dogs are eating soon"? It wasn't accepted here, but I wonder.
Soon is snart, later is senere