So 'till now, I remarked that "ar" is used for "Vi" and "Jag" too. The same for "dricker" or "ater". So in Swedish, you don't change the verb when you actually say something for different persons ?(I, you ,he,she, we, you ,they--> the verb stays the same for all of them ?)
can i know the grammatical gender of the noun by the endings "ar" and "or"?
Neuter (ett) nouns do not typically have plural endings that end in -ar or -or. So if a plural noun ends in -ar or -or then it is a common (en) noun.
Jag - I Du - you singular Han - he Hon - she Ni - you plural Vi - we De - they Den - it near Dat - it far
Is there a good way to remember the different words for "they", "you" "i" "we" etc.? I can't remember them, no matter how hard I try!
"I,me,my" = "Jag,mig,min/mitt"
"You,you,your (sing.)" = "Du,dig,din/ditt" (corresponding to Old English "thou,thine")
"He,him,his" = "Han,honom,hans"
"She,her" = "Hon,henne,hennes"
"It,its" = "Den/det,dess"
"We,us,our" = "Vi,oss,vår/vårt"
"You,you,your (plur.)" = "Ni,er,er/ert"
"They,them,their" = "De,dem,deras"
One tricky thing is that you will inflect some of the object forms, like "my" ("min/mitt") , "your" ("din/ditt or "er/ert") and "our" ("vår/vårt") according to gender, but most of them stay the same.
As you can see, many of the words are really closely related in English and Swedish. "De" and "dem" are pronounced the same in the standard language (as "dohm") (but not in all dialects, such as the dialects in Swedish speaking parts of Finland). Btw, many natively speaking Swedes have a hard time to differentiate between "de" and "dem" because they are pronounced the same...
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