"Thank you very much!"
Translation:Tack så mycket!
it's not called anything. the letter å is its own letter, and it sounds kinda like an o
It's all about context and how our respective languages express formality and politeness.
I remember going to Norway and being told "tusen takk" (different spelling) was how to say "thank you very much", which is what I typed in. I'm not sure which one is more commonly used?
Swedish have "tusen tack" (a thousand thanks) as does norwegian. At least in swedish, it implies you are overwhelmed by the kindness shown. It's a bit old fashioned and not used that often I think.
can this also be written as "tack så jette mycket" I don't think I spelt that word right but hopefully someone knows what I mean
As a prefix, jätte- means "huge". We use it all of the time for loads of things. So for instance:
- tack = thanks
- tack så mycket = thanks a lot
- tack så jättemycket = thank you so terribly much
Sounds silly in English but it's a normal if occasionally colloquial way of expressing largeness.
It's also a word of its own, in which case it means "giant" - as in the noun, a huge person.
Both, depending on context and tone
I have heard people say "tack ska du ha" but I don't know if that is common.
It is reasonably common. At least among adults/elders. :) Means something along the lines of "you should have thanks"/"thanks given to you".
It would be used to specify that you're pleased with that particular person. Rather than just a common appreciative thanks given out of courtesy. So this and "tusen tack" has a bit of the same usage.
Additionally it can be used to rethank someone. So... trying for a scenario here... but cannot think of a good one. But basically if someone says thanks to you, but you want to thank them you could say "tack ska DU ha" with an emphasis on the you.
Hope I didn't make things more confusing!
Is Thanks very much has the same translation, I am very interested to know the difference when you is added
Tack= please så= so mycket= much BUT together they mean thank you very much? Really??