I have found that often (but not always!) the word order in other Germanic languages like Swedish is the word order you find in old-fashioned fairy tales. So in Red Riding Hood, she says to the wolf "What big teeth you have, grandma", the order you find here.
Other times you get orders like "Never have I heard anyone talk so energetically in my entire life" - "Aldrig har jag hört någon tala så hurtigt i hela mitt liv".
So try to imagine how they might say it in a fairytale!
... all of you who had no question at all about this sentence but still clicked on the discuss button are twisted minds !!
... not speaking of myself of course ... I just clcked to see how many replies I would find on this phrase ;-)
I look forward to the new Swedish course version where DL has added some small video clips ( GIF's would do also) to their sentences just to make things even more clear ...
Speaking of GIF - I had one shown during some innocent ICT demo in Orlando - looooong ago ... in USA. It took only seconds for a US employee to jump on my laptop and erase it from the disk. At the same time I got plenty of emails from people in Europe asking for a copy ... today, with all these "me too" things going on, one should be more careful than I was at that time....It could have costed my job, I was told...
not sure if we need to explain more - all seems to have been said. So now time for the more serious entry (and twisted minds ...do not reply...)
For me the "korv" makes me think of "curve" (EN) or "Kurve" (DE). And indeed are all saucages not curved. Never saw a real straight one.
And the "falukorv" (**) (horseshoe saucage) also mentioned here - seems to nicely fit in a round the plate