TeneReef wrote:Æ vil bare dans was supposed to sound like Everybody dance?
They did fool me. I heard the alveolar r as a tap t/d.
It's fine, I suppose, but note that it sounds really, really weird.имен wrote:Is it fine to pronounce [ɛr] instead of [ær] for <er>?
Sounds just as weird! Haha. The only difference is that [ɛr] will make you sound weird in a Swedish way, while [er] just sounds weird.имен wrote:and what abot [er]?
And why is the d silent after n and l not only at the end of the words?
No, I'm 99% sure this is pronounced [e:]/[e] in the Tromsø dialect and if one were to write it, it'd be <e> (æ e student). The same goes for pretty much all dialects north of Nordland, except the ones with heavy Sámi accents (spoken in Kautokeino, Karasjok, Tana, Nesseby, Porsanger and Kåfjord), which are pronounced more or less like bokmål but with a Sámi stress and a Northern pitch accent.TeneReef wrote:In Tromsø....er is pronounced [e:ɾ]: jeg er student: [æ:e:ʂtʉ1dɛ̝nt] (æ er student)
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