Lesson 7 - ʝɒʊɭvæɾmɛn


Sometimes you need to be serious, work and stuff, and not just tell funny stories. We have rather cold winters in Kalix, so technicalities about heating up your house might be the first thing to know the language about. Learn from Master Harry, who has been heating up garage space for three trucks! You will probably not need more heating than he does, respect!

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dʊ ve:t hɛ ʝæɾ jʊ nœ... fɒ seɪ hɛ ʝæɾ...

you know, it is now... let's see, it is...


nedɾɛ-de:ln dɪn ʝæɾ sɛks gjɑɑk tʃɪgʊsɪʊ

the lower part there is six times twenty seven (meters)


mɛn dɒ œvɾɛ-de:ln hɪn ʝæɾ...

but then the upper part here is,


gjamaɭgjaɾɑ:ʂɛ, hɛ ʝæɾ jʊ ɪ gɾøøʉt stɛk:ɛɾ

the old garage, it is a little shorter


sɒ dʊ ve:t hɛ bɭɛ jʊ mʏtʃɪ kʉbi:kan hɒɒl vaɾmt

so you know, it sums up to a lot of cubic meters (of air) to keep warm


sɒ tœnkt dɪ ɪbɭand gɾɒva ʝɒʊɭvæɾmɛn næɾɪvɪ

then sometimes they have planned to dig the geothermal system downwards


nɒ dɒ hʉl vɛ ɒ fɾɛst rɛkɛn, ve:t dʊ

then we were trying to count, you know


pɒʊmpmɛs:ɪt, wʊ nɛ kɒɒst fɒ ʊp ɛ hɛɪtʃɛn

dealing with the pump, how much it would cost getting it up (all the way) here


fœɾ ɒt dʊ ve:t, dʊ kjan jʊ ɛt ta nɛ ʊpa e: ʂlɪ:ɪŋ

because you know, you can not take it all on one single ground loop