Å/Ä/Ö. As mentioned, will do more posts on request if there is anything you guys want explained about Sweden or the swedish language!. First off is in Le. the A the more you kno sweden swedish lolol
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Å/Ä/Ö

Å/Ä/Ö. As mentioned, will do more posts on request if there is anything you guys want explained about Sweden or the swedish language!. First off is in Le. the A

As mentioned, will do more posts on request if there is anything you guys want explained about Sweden or the swedish language!

First off is in Le. the A with a dot
alcove it. " is pronounced almost
exactly as the word 'awe'.
For instance, if you were to say
the word asno (donkey), you' d say;
awesoe.
As with A, the sound of the letter
it can he resembled by using an
english word. In this case it' s
sir'. The vocal sound produced
when saying ‘sir, is the same as
the pronounciation of That
means one could also write 'stir'
and it would be pronounced
exactly like 'sir.
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#15 - SlowpokeForever (08/10/2012) [-]
The only swedish word I know is "igelkott" Pic related. o.o
User avatar #5 - shitinmymouth (08/10/2012) [+] (2 replies)
"Swedish vowels"...? Don't you mean SCANDINAVIAN vowels...? You greedy bastard.
User avatar #13 to #7 - monsterlol (08/10/2012) [-]
In Norway we have ÆØÅ, not ÄÖÅ
User avatar #14 - messerauditore (08/10/2012) [-]
Whoa there charles dickens.jpg
User avatar #10 - nidhugg ONLINE (08/10/2012) [+] (2 replies)
....jag fick en skånsk dialekt på "å" o.O
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