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Hi, i want to ask about four words and their pronunciation: Uddevalla, katter, sommar and radera. When I was listening to native speakers I noticed that “e” in “uddevalla”, “katter” “radera” and “a” in “sommar” sound like the short versions of these vowels, and as far as i know they should be pronounced long, because there is only one consonant following them. Are these exceptions or am I just making it up?

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Hi, i want to ask about four words and their pronunciation: Uddevalla, katter, sommar and radera. When I was listening  to native speakers I noticed that “e” in “uddevalla”, “katter” “radera” and “a” in “sommar” sound like the short versions of these vowels, and as far as i know they should be pronounced long, because there is only one consonant following them. Are these exceptions or am I just making it up?
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