- Hey, baby! I have the salt, you have the sugar! sounds like free lesson from a master of seduction!))
I don't think so; I think questions always use inversion. "Har du...". "Du har..." would be a straight statement.
erm… Most people here cannot understand Swedish well enough to communicate, I think. Please talk English.
When you write two independent clauses in a sentence with only a comma, rather than a semicolon or conjunction, linking them.
Duolingo uses comma splices all over the place, in every language (including English). I've learned to stop paying attention to the punctuation.
FWIW, I made a point to type my answer with correct punctuation, and it had no issue with it. :D
Yes; a semicolon would be what I would have used, too. This "comma splice" is also known as a "run-on sentence", I believe!
Duo ignores all punctuation, AFAIK.
As a foreigner to both Swedish and English, what does these abbreviations mean: FWIW and AFAIK?
FWIW: For what's it's worth. AFAIK: As far as I know.
HTH! (Hope this helps)