a = yarn
å = bowl
ä = cat, but in many cases when speaking it seems to be pronounced like melt
e = net
i = free, like 'tid' is pronounced teed
o = Old
ö = no equivalent in english really, sometimes sounds like the french U ('deux'). Most of the time, it kind of sounds like fur in english.
u = rude
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