"You are girls."
Translation:Ni är flickor.
Yep. Swedish never ever conjugates verbs depending on who's acting.
Yes, är is the present form of verb to be in swedish, in all pronouns you use är! The plural of Flicka is flickor (indeterminate form) and flickorna (determinate form), but without s at the end.
Why is the translation of "girls" is "flickornas", but in the sentence is "flickornas" wrong?
flickor is the plural in the indeterminate form and flickornas is the plural in the determinate form. I mean: flickor (girls) and flickorna (the girls)
I don't know why the translation is like that because "flickornas" means "the girls' ". If it was only "flickorna" it would mean "the girls".
Precis! du = you second person from singular and ni = you second person from plural!
Now I'm confusing "ni" and "vi" from Esperanto since the meanings are switched :P