Is "det" pronounced differently depending on where it is in the sentence? This is really starting to confuse me, as sometimes i hear it like "day" and other times (as in this sentence) like "duh."
'det' should always be pronounced the same. The audio might be wrong on some sentences, so you could try to find other Norwegian sources pronounced it.
I think it is just playing the words very quickly. If you click on the word, it should say the "day" sounding pronunciation (at least on the android app).
Is "lomme" only used for small pockets as a part of clothes and bigger bags like backpacks, or could it also be used for larger bags?
(I'm German, and we can use the same word (Tasche) for pockets and bags.)
It's not used to mean "bag", no. It's always a pocket on something else.
Bonus compound: A bus bay/lay-by is called "en busslomme"
I thought about this statement and where to put the word "ikke" if I wanted to say the opposite. Would it be Det er ikke en lomme like in english, or just Det er en lomme ikke? I feel like the former is more natural.