The "Vi" in this clip totally sounds like "Ni".
I'm so pleased that Swedish doesn't do the massive (OK not massive but a lot) of conjugations for I/you/they/we like Spanish... Much simpler.
Vi (you all) sounds like De (they) sometimes.
Vi pronounced 'v' and means "we" , while de is pronounced 'dom' and means "they"
I think he means dig
vi = we
ni = you
Vi means “we” in Swedish, vi means “you” in Esperanto, vi means “I have seen” in Portuguese, and some people say it confuse us, they're pathetic
Opps, I said "we have an dog"
Off topic: How do I say 'We don't have a dog' Ve har inte en hund?
Vi har ingen hund, or, vi har inte någon hund