i would remember it throughout this logis: vilja is want so väljer must be choose, cause i always choose what i want :)
Would it be correct to translate this as „I choose the cat“? The suggestion balloon (or how to call that thing) only shows options in present continuous tense, e.g. „am choosing“, „are choosing“, „is choosing“. As far as I've understood, Swedish language does not have any difference between „choose“ and „am / are / is choosing“.
Yes, I choose the cat is the suggested translation. (am choosing is also accepted).
You might hear the g in jag if people speak very slowly and clearly, but normally we don't pronounce it.
How would you then say "I am choosing the cat", or is it the same as "Jag väljer katten"?
Not sure where I should post this question but I chose the first Verb discussion I could find. I am trying to wrap my head around verb conjugations and I keep coming across weak conjugations and strong conjugations of the same word. For example - besluta.(to decide). The weak conjugation looks like the verb belongs to Group 1 verbs, but the strong conjugation looks like the verb belongs to Group 4 with a ö-vowel switch for the preterite. Do the different conjugations change the meaning of the verb? What does 'weak' vs 'strong' conjugation mean?
I just found this, Lundgren8's, discussion of weak and strong conjugations in reference to past participles which I found very helpful, but my other questions still remain. https://www.duolingo.com/comment/7121578
Its I choose the cat right? It said i was wrong it says it should be i pick the cat
Skilsmässa advokater, det var allt som var kvar. Hon fick huset, jag fick katten. Sånt är livet :(
I need some tricks to remember this word! I always think it's buy cuz I think of value. I suppose one would choose something they value but my mind always goes to purchasing. Any tips on remembering this one, anyone? Eh, eh? :) Tack!