Puny little Swede!
Yeah, totally puny.
*pieni ! XD
So not only is our country small, we also have tiny kids!
Ruotsi ei ole pieni. But those kids....
Why finns gotta do swedes like that
What's the difference between swedish and swede?
Swede is a noun and Swedish is an adjective.
You can use the word "Swedish" to describe the object or a place. The "Swede" is for describing a person.
(English is not my native language so I may have been wrong somewhere)
You can also use "Swedish" to describe a person, but either after the verb "to be" or with a noun following it.
She is a Swede.
She is a Swedish person.
She is Swedish.
The Swede is small.
The Swedish person is small.
The Swedish is small.
Since more complete things go at the beginning, could this also be interpreted as all swedish children are small?
No, that would be said in plural, just like you do in english.