Hello! I wanted to ask to you lovely swedes: is älskar used only to indicate love between partners, or could it be also referred to love between siblings or friends (like in english)? I'm asking because in italian we use different words for that, so I was just very curious to find out how this works in sweden :) p.s. I'm loving the lessons!!
It is general, but if you compare a Swedish movie to an American movie for example, you will notice that Swedish people say that they love someone less often :).
Somehow, this sentence reminded me of Stieg Larsson's Män som hatar kvinnor :)
The best way to express your fillings to a girl is "Jag tycker om dig". Because "att älska" has strong emotional sense
Yes, if you intend to say "I like you" rather than "I love you". It would sound ridiculous to say tycker om if you actually love someone.
How would you say "the man does not love the woman"? I'm trying to figure out how to turn "the man loves the woman" into a negative. So far the course don't cover that.
Hi, I keep anwering with the correct answer but it keeps telling me that is false. What should I do?