this is a really fun one to say
Katter äter möss.
Is "Katter äter föda" not correct?
Not really. Föda is quite formal, meaning like sustenance or something like that. While cats do most surely require föda, it's a strange way of saying it.
I don't know about you, but my cats are fancy. De foda mat.
Is it me, or does this sound like katter är tomat?
What is the difference between Katter and Kattar? Thanks in advance for answering :)
katter is the plural of katt but "kattar" isn't a word.