"You eat a sandwich."
Translation:Du äter en smörgås.
Tip: If you guys (ni) need the letter å and have a Mac, type an a while holding down the option (alt) key. :)
or you could hold down a and press 7. for ä hold down and press 4. for ö hold o down and press 2
Also, if you guys (ni) need the letter ä or ö and have a Mac, type a u while holding down the option (alt) key, then press the letter that you want under the umlaut (the two dots)
So can anyone explain the use of "Ni" and "Du". When do you use it? Do you use "Ni" for a group and "Du" when you are talking to one person?
Hello, could you please explain me the difference between the articles "ett" and "en"? Why do we say "ett äpple" and "en smörgås"? Thank you for your explanation. Alisa
It's about the gender of the noun. Äpple is neuter, while smörgås is masculine.
I entered "macka " as snadwich as thats whatbi was taught not " smörgås" as my friebd i talk to most speaks norlandska not stockholmska ?. But duolingo recognises it as a correct answer which is cool