Could "flaskan" also mean "the flask" ?
a flask is normally en termos (the one that keeps your coffee warm), en plunta (small flask which usually contains alcohol), or en kolv (the flask you use in chemistry)
Sure, but is it actually wrong?
Understood. Tack! :)
I put 'I fill the bottle of water'.......it was denied. I guess though I often say 'of' perhaps in very correct English it should be 'with'...?
Yes - a bottle containing water is a bottle of water; when you're filling it, the water is the indirect object of the verb, and uses 'with'.
Could this also mean "I am filling MY bottle with water"?
That would be min flaska med vatten
MED to me was always pronounced ME+YED and yet I slowed the audio down and listened so carefully and heard ME+AH. Why?