"Vi läser."

Translation:We read.

November 18, 2014



funny i always mix up 'vi' and 'ni' because in esperanto their meaning are switched! this will cause some learners of both languages (me too!) many frustrations when on the last question no hearts and you think in the other language and get the pronoun wrong :D

November 19, 2014


I am just coming from the Esperanto course and now i want to learn Swedish, and it really does take a second to remeber. XD

November 2, 2015

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    It's a real shame about the automated pronunciation. It is SO important in Swedish to get the emphasis on a word right. You have to say, for example, "en FLIcka" and not "en fliCKA" Unfortunately the automated pronunciation is just a little off a lot of the time. :-(

    August 29, 2015


    Sometimes more than just "a little" off... :-)

    October 23, 2018


    this is going to confuse me so much because in french the N and V words for we and you are the other way around D:

    November 18, 2014


    My native language is Croatian and "vi" means "you" XD

    November 18, 2014


    like esperanto haha

    December 20, 2014


    In Danish Vi is we and Du is you.

    December 24, 2014


    also in Norwegian. That's because they're Norse languages

    August 1, 2015


    And french lol

    August 8, 2018


    The Swedish pronunciation of some things are so different from the pronunciation of its German close counterpart that sometimes I get a little bit confused on how to pronounce either

    December 6, 2015


    Is there any difference between translating this as "we read" and "we are reading"? because both are accepted but I would like to know if this is because swedish has no present continous or what. Thank you a lot.

    April 25, 2017


    "We read" and "we are reading" would both be "vi läser" in Swedish. There's only one version of the present tense.

    July 2, 2018


    Is it we read or we are reading

    April 9, 2018


    Vi läser= We are reading or We read

    June 15, 2018
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