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The Swedish J is commonly pronounced like [j]. This means that it’s rather pronounced like a Y (e.g. yum) than an English J [ʤ] (dj) (e.g. jar).

3 words (3 new)
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personal pron.
jag

[unu]

I

Common
Your strength
noun
jakt (en)
bxrray, fjeeou, cixildna
[wual]

hunt

Common
Your strength
interj.
hej

[swj]

hello, hi

Common
Your strength

Also English loan words are pronounced the Swedish way. Jeans is rather pronounced like yeens. French loan words get a ske-sound [ɧ] instead.

English loans → [j]

4 words (4 new)
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noun
jeans
, rxosufk
[vdqei]

always plural

jeans

Common
Your strength
noun
jet (en)
utdxb, afme, tnannm
[gkw]

jet

Common
Your strength
noun
joystick (en)
zctnuntfix, vngqgjnikt, uomhpavbgfxg
[hrucfoio]

joystick

Common
Your strength
noun
jeep (en)
ldbrui, ahqkbl, zntoooqv
[tobb]

jeep

Common
Your strength

French loans → [ɧ]

2 words (2 new)
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noun
projekt (ett)
wdlkmzvqa, nkjnray, tlxgemvsc
[qmqsnwo]

project

Common
Your strength
noun
jargon (en)
rhydguth, hdruvrso, dqvicrbfho
[vzbsnt]

jargon

Common
Your strength

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