He eats= han "äter" and
I eat= jag "äter" also?
Yes, that's right.
You can also use:
I am eating bread
Because äter can also mean am eating, or is eating, or eat. There was presumably two meanings.
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So if someone were to ask me "Are you vegetarian?" I would reply: "(No), jag äter (meat)."? Would there be a different expression for that kind of context?
No, it would be the same. Nej, jag äter kött.
So where English has no indefinite articles (uncountable nouns, here: bread), neither has them Swedish? Does Swedish have definite articles for uncountable nouns?
nope. We dont even have the same form of the verb no matter what pronoun.
Clarification: We DO have the same verb no matter the pronoun. I/he/we/they/you/etc. all "äter", eat.
i don't fully understand yet what is the action that been done now, at this very moment versus the action that been repeatly done ?
I'm not sure exactly what you're asking for. Is it present tense vs. past tense? Because in that case it's "jag äter" (I eat/I am eating) vs. "jag åt" (I ate) or "jag har ätit" (I have eaten).
The voice said "Jag äter bröd" so fast that she didn't pronounce "Jag", please fix this to where I don't have to use the slow voice every time I have to do one of these
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