Right behind you~
stab stab stab
I can't ever write "bakom dig!" without putting an exclamation mark at the end!
Haha, I never ever write any punctuation in the answer boxes, but i just did for the first time.
This isn't the same man from whom the boy was running, is it?
hahaha, han bakom dig!!!
Han är bakom dig.
This will come in handy if I ever work in a Swedish kitchen!
A three headed monkey!
Could this mean "After you!" which you would say when you are being polite and asking someone else to go before you?
No, that'd be efter dig.
Tack så mycket!
How do you know all this things? o.o
Being Swedish :D
I was wondering the same, he always replies to stuff haha
Well, he was the main course admin for a few years and co-creator of the first tree version...
inser Pantamine joke here
Nej, det inte? Is that a valid phrase?
No, that doesn't work in Swedish.
Duo would like to know your location.
I hope I'm not the only one writing this in capital letters...
I put "In back of you!" - could this not be an alternate solution?
I'm a few years late, but I've added this now. :)
When is it "dig" and when is it "er"
dig for one person and er for more than one person.
Bakom vs utanför?
How I've seen it used here, bakom is behind and utanför is outside.
From my understanding, dig and er is used at ending while du and ni is used at beginning and the middle. Please do correct me if im wrong.
It's the same differense as with I/me or we/us. It depends on who is acting in a sentence and whom is being acted upon. In English, "you" covers this for singular/plural AND actor/actee, but in Swedish that is not the case.
Panto big in Sweden?
As in pantomime? No. :)
the pronunciation is awfull, like an british countrysider trying spoke swedish,
so many mistakes was i make only on that thing....
when i was in sweden, i did not hear so many potatoes in the mouth
Why can't it be after you instead of behind you? It implies the same meaning I guess
I believe [efter dig = after you] and [bakom dig = behind you]
I'm wondering if there is synonym for Behind in swedish except for Bakom?
Occasionally, other terms might be suitable - such as efter for "after". But there's no general synonym, no.
What's "a three headed monkey"? :D
en trehövdad apa or en apa med tre huvuden.
could it be used as a "watch out"? or i am just fantasizing
Sure, just as in English.