Shouldn't "De går" be accepted too?
It should, report it.
"De går" worked when i typed it so fixed!
Why does "go" have translations as åka and åker? When to use each one?
Åka is the infinitive, the basic form modified depending on verb tense. Åker is the present-day tense conjugation.
So, could you please advise on the difference between the "går" and the "Åker"? When is each of them more appropriate? Thanks!
"går" would mean to go somewhere by walking, while "åker" is used when you are saying that someone is going somewhere by other means, with the help of something, like a train or a bus, even a plane.
Tack så myket :)