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Date Word Listen Votes
2010-10-02 blått [no] blått pronunciation votes
2010-10-02 skygge [no] skygge pronunciation votes
2010-10-02 Sivert Høyem [no] Sivert Høyem pronunciation votes
2010-10-02 smiler [no] smiler pronunciation votes
2010-10-02 enden [no] enden pronunciation votes
2010-10-02 veksle [no] veksle pronunciation votes
2010-10-02 slags [no] slags pronunciation 1 votes Best pronunciation
2010-10-02 mynt [no] mynt pronunciation votes
2010-10-02 kvitteringen [no] kvitteringen pronunciation votes
2010-10-02 omtrent [no] omtrent pronunciation votes
2010-10-02 snart [no] snart pronunciation votes
2010-10-02 krangler [no] krangler pronunciation 2 votes Best pronunciation
2010-10-02 jo [no] jo pronunciation 1 votes
2010-10-02 slår [no] slår pronunciation votes
2010-10-02 viktig [no] viktig pronunciation votes
2010-10-02 ulykke [no] ulykke pronunciation 1 votes Best pronunciation
2010-10-02 sørover [no] sørover pronunciation votes
2010-10-02 profesjon [no] profesjon pronunciation votes
2010-10-02 kjøringen [no] kjøringen pronunciation votes
2010-10-02 spiser [no] spiser pronunciation votes
2010-10-02 koker [no] koker pronunciation votes
2010-10-02 seint [no] seint pronunciation votes
2010-10-02 søndagen [no] søndagen pronunciation 1 votes Best pronunciation
2010-10-02 uttalen [no] uttalen pronunciation votes
2010-10-02 forundret [no] forundret pronunciation votes
2010-10-02 informasjon [no] informasjon pronunciation votes
2010-10-02 elskling [no] elskling pronunciation 1 votes Best pronunciation
2010-10-02 lydbok [no] lydbok pronunciation votes
2010-09-17 har ridd [no] har ridd pronunciation votes
2010-09-17 sov [no] sov pronunciation votes

User's info

I love and study languages!

My Norwegian accent is from the south of Norway and is not very different from the standard Norwegian except for the -r (which is southern and is called "voiced uvular fricative" in English).

I would also like to add that my -rt sound (as in f.ex. "hjerte"), is influenced by (and therefore sounds the same as) the standard Norwegian and is not typical from the place where I'm actually from.

Sex: Male

Accent/country: Norway

Web: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voiced_uvular_fricative

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