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deinx nxtxr skrev:
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> Anglophones are more likely to say "Yuropa".  We have neither the
> rounded front vowels, nor the /eu/ diphthong.
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And we don't have T (th), z (rose) Z (leassure, fr. jardin) but one can 
learn.

My impression is that English speakers catch the  sound quite well, 
they may have problemes with y and Swedish u, but their substitute 
vowels are understandable.

Kjell R