She prounounces the "leker" as "lekor". It's incorrect.
I hear the same thing!
Shouldn't it be pronounced as "nåra" ?
Yes, that’s correct. The TTS doesn’t always have the most natural pronunciation.
It is pronounced both with a hard "g" and without it on Forvo, so I am confused. Is that a regional difference?
I’d say in normal casual speech the /g/ is silent, but it is not wrong or weird to pronounce it.
A no-go ( in Corona times in Europe now )
How do you determine whether barn is plural or singular here?
You can see it's plural because it comes after några.
In the singular, it's något barn.
So Finns det några barn här? is 'Are there any children here?' and Finns det något barn här? is 'Is there a(ny) child here?'
Tack så mycket!!!
So, how would one say "some children play in the park"? Like in, "some children play in the park and some don't."
but isn't children barnen and child is barn
ett barn - a child,
barnet - the child,
barn - children,
barnen - the children.
Någon is somebody but Några is just some? Explain!