"Good" usually means "bra". "god" is used for taste, and when good is opposite of evil. Also in some set expressions like "God dag".
(I think that covers it...)
god normally refers to either the taste of food and drinks, or the quality of a human or animal being good.
bra refers to good in general.
I used this instead of it or that and it got counted false. Can't "det" also mean "this"?
I think it's because in general, "det" is used to mean "it" or "that" regardless of whether it is an "en" or "ett" word.
However, when an adjective is used before "the object", it is necessary to precede it with "det" or "den".
e.g. Det rött äpplet (the red apple) Den bra boken (the good book)
In this specific example though, it is talking about a good book, rather than the good book, which is why the "det" here just means "it" (I think)
Any Minecraft players here? I remember that it had a random splash screen text that says: 'Bra means good in Swedish!'