Nej, det är det inte alls! Jag älskar att bo ensam!! Ace & aro for life!
How to differentiate alone and lonely? Because, there are people who have no problem living alone, so they're alone but they don't feel lonely. Can you differentiate this in Swedish?
Younger speakers use själv for ’alone’ and ensam for ’lonely’ but this is sometimes proscribed by prescriptivists.
Is 'Living alone is difficult' not acceptable? 'att' + infinitive has been accepted elsewhere as a present participle in English.
How does one say "lonely"?
It is also "ensam"
perhaps it should be
Det är inte svårt att leva ensam
I love living alone. It beats picking up after a lazy guy