Dette er en flott idé Aleco!Aleco wrote:Hey guys!
I wanted to open one more of these threads. This time it's a thread where you can ask questions regarding phonology and pronunciation of Norwegian.
TeneReef wrote:Is this song in Bokmål? Or in an Oslo accent?
TeneReef wrote:Norwegian ø sounds like [ɐ] to me, and not like German ö.
drøm sounds American English drum with a different rhotic
Diogenes wrote:To me, the German ö sounds much more rounded than the Norwegian ø.drøm sounds American English drum with a different rhotic
Although I would not say this is true. The vowel in drum is unrounded, while drøm is rounded and a little more to the front.
That [œ] and [ə] have identical values is somewhat unexpected...[ ]...
Tromsø ~ homse ‘homosexual (coll.)’. This pair would not normally be considered as rhyming, but this may be due to convention and spelling.
I guess /œ/ [ɜ] in Norwegian is just like /ʌ/ [ɜ] in American English.
or /ʌ/ [ɐ] in British English...The phonetic pronunciation has moved away from the phonologic pronunciation.
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