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"Jag älskar det."

Translation:I love it.

November 23, 2014



I don't care... jag älskar det!!


I thought the same, especially because Icona Pop is Swedish, hehe


jag vård inte... jag älskar det!!! (full version)


vård is "the care" not "to care". I don't care would be "Det kvittar (mig)". att kvitta - to be without meaning/to not matter


More like "jag bryr mig inte". It works to say "det kvittar" but it's mor colloquial.


I was going to say the same m8 xD


I had to put "I'm loving it" from the Andiamo commercial. Success :)


LOL i came on the commenfs to say the same thing you did xD


The aural difference between dig and det is a rough one to distinguish for us newbies :(


Yeah, I got this one wrong. I'm struggling. If google translate is to be believed, there's more than a subtle difference though (you can listen here, click the microphone on the left side in the box). "Det" is much longer and the "e" sounds more broader than the short/quick "dig" https://translate.google.com/#sv/en/det.%20dig


Yeah, i can't really pronounce it with that much difference either...and the google voices always sound kinda weird... ^^"


It wouldn't be hard if they used the "correct" pronunciations. Don't get me wrong the pronunciation is correct, but only in spoken Swedish not in "official" Swedish. PS. I can clarify if I wasn't clear enough. Just send a message or reply


Also it is correct to say "Jag älskade" meaning "I loved" and it sounds exactly the same as "Jag älskar de" or officially "Jag älskar det"


Difference between den and det?


Depending on the "article", that is if it is an en-word you would use den, if it is an ett-word you would use det.


But isnt "it" ambiguous? How do you know what the gender is


That's what MesutS1 said. In a sentence like this, you don't know what gender 'it' is, so both are accepted as translations. Basically you have to learn what gender each word is, but there are some tendencies, see this thread: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/6329293


why does the sound of det change? it sounds different when it is at the beginning of a sentence, at the end, and when you click over the word. Is there a rule I can learn to pronounce it correctly?


If this is "I love it", what is "I love that"? Jag älskar ____


det. It's the same.


The program does not accept det->that only "it"


that is an accepted answer here, maybe you had some other typo?


So it could be , Jag alskar det dar? but it also could be the same?


Why is this all the same words and phrases? There have to be more words in Swedish, give me more!!!!!


I think that having reached level 25 in Swedish, it may be time for you to look beyond Duolingo. :) Don't get me wrong, I love to see people here, but we don't exactly offer a platform that allows you to try your wings after you've already gone through the course repeatedly.


The Swedish Pronouns Objective is by far the most positive-thinking set of excercises in the whole Duolingo!


We accept both, since it's impossible to tell without context. :)


I had this one on the listening question format several times and I always incorrectly answered 'jag älskade' (I loved) instead of "jag älskar det" Can anyone explain how they pronounced separately?


One of the best songs to ever be written by Icona Pop


Since Swedish doesn't have a present continuous tense, McDonald's logo ("I'm lovin' it") in Swedish is "jag älskar det". :)


Why do we use "det", not "den"?


Both can be used. It depends on the noun that was previously mentioned. If there was no noun mentioned, the default is the one here.

Do you like that car? No, I love it- Tycker du om den där bilen? Nej, jag älskar den ('den' refers to the car)

You do the exact same with 'det'.


Why is this "det" pronounced differently from older lessons' "det"?in this one it soumds like the english pronunciation of "det" (though with less of a hard T) and earlier it's been more like "dee"


I really have no clue about the inner workings of this TTS, so it's hard to say for sure. But they're both correct - the t-less version is just much more common.

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