I like this sentence because it really sounds exactly like We are men, just with an accent
I actually got this wrong but you saying that has locked in. Tack!
yes thats just what i was thinking
What is the difference between du and ni? Officially confused.
Du is singular, ni is plural.
Okay, thank you!!!
Also, "Ni" (as opposed to "ni") is formal singular - although it's very rarely used like that nowadays, as far as I understand.
Yes, I don't recommend using the formal singular.
reply to comment from s.wilhelmy0247: it depends. If the sentence has got to be plural (look at the verb), you can't have "du". If both are OK, both should be accepted.
Thank you! Will the course tell me I am wrond when translating English to Swedish and I put "Du" instead of "Ni" to start a sentence?
So its like sie in german?
Du and Ni both mean 'you' but Ni is plural.
Du is you singular and Ni is you plural (like 'you all')
So... the to be "är" in swedish works for all "is, am and are" too?
So.....the "r" from "är" is silent? Or you just pronounce it for a second then move on?
It depends on the dialect, etc. I would suggest starting out pronouncing the entire thing. Better to enunciate a bit to much than too little.
With är you can’t go wrong with not pronouncing the -r. I would recommend not to say it. Pronouncing it will just make you sound like a learner.
True, but saying just "ä" can sound really odd too. But that of course depends on the dialect you're going for.
This translation made me realize how much I miss the umlaut buttons in the German lessons. Looking forward to whenever those get added to this beta!
Is the plural of man "mannen" or "män"?
mannen - the man , män - men
So is the "ä" in är not pronunced as æ?
Yey, i very like swedish
"Vi" sound she makes sounds like Ve