Its funny .... I heard it as kjent and typed it and it was accepted as a typo. Thanks DL :D
Jeg har et sporsmål. I hear a 'sh' sound for sent. is that right? Takk for det.
It is right, because the R from "er" and the S from "sent" create an SH sound as if it were one word.
So then it's pretty common to pronounce S as SJ/SKJ if it's preceded by R? I've gotten some mixed answers regarding this. Is it universal or dialectal?
It only occurs in dialects that have a rolled r, not ones that have a guttural r
Ahh, okay. That's good to know =) Tusen takk.
I am sure that I normally hear a clear difference between an r+s-sound and a skj-sound. In my opinion, this recording is misleading because it sounds a lot like "skj".
There is no difference. "sj" in "sju", "rs" in "mars", and "skj" in "skjort" sound exactly the same: /ʃ/
Would this apply for both "it is late -at night" and "my package [it] is late"?
Sentne for plural right?
The plural is sene (sen - sent - sene)
why is it "Jeg er sen" but "det er sent"?
"Det" is neuter, so it needs the neuter form of "sen", which is "sent".
Tusen takk. Hvorfor kunne jeg ikke tenke på det?