When it is used 'ni' and when 'du' for you?
Du is for singular you and ni is for plural.
Thank you that cleared it up for me
I wondered the same lol
When is it proper to use ett and en? Im getting so confused on this
Kille is used almost as much as pojke in modern Swedish. Kille is considered a bit more casual.
In what ways does kille differ from pojke in terms of usage, context etc?
Du har en kille. = You have a boyfriend.
Du är en kille / pojke. = you are a boy. (pojke is more common here)
A cool name for Leon the killer
would "dig" be used if "you" was the object? (e.g. i love you)