Leker is such a satisfying word to say
Anyone else think so?
As a German I sometimes accidently pronounce it wrong xD
What's the difference between leker and spelar? (Thanks in advance - someone always answers, but i only ever get a weblink to read the answer where i can't reply! But i really appreciate the answers, thank you
On babadum.com I seen infinitive form of verbs like «att leka», not just «leka». Are they similar?
Think of it like English; to play versus play.
Tack så mycket! Jag tror du har rätt.
Why hoppar not springer?
hoppar means jump, springer means run
So irritating when you're German, where both "hopsen" and "springen" mean "to jump"^^