you can write it either or; "esemes" (text message) and esemesować (to text) always seemed to me to be the slang version of "sms" / smsowac (sms'owac), but perhaps it is considered standard now. The pronunciation is the same in either case, so I guess it does not matter all that much :-)
In my language (portuguese) the : (two dots) is to show that we are gonna enumerate a series of things like if you where gonna cook something and you're gonna make ablist of things needed for tha cake for example , so im a bit confused. The use of : is the same as ' in english? Anyone. Thanks.
In english, we also use : to start a list or something, it's called a colon. Here in swedish they seem to be using : the same way we english speakers use ' (we use ' to show that we a leaving out a letter or two. for example: do not = don't, it is = it's, I am = I'm. So... TVen = TV:n I guess)
Yeah, some loanwords, most often if the ending is stressed, like the ones with the suffix -eri take the plural suffix -er. In almost all cases neuter nouns don’t take -er but some (only?) loanwords like these are exceptions. Other examples are tragedi, bageri, konditori, staffli.
Other ones include like museum and jubileum which are Latin loans and pluralise like museer and jubileer. Also ”pris” (prize) for some reason pluralise as priser.
inte is the normal way to negate a verb, just strangely placed after the verb in Swedish.
ingen/inget/inga is followed by a noun and makes a negation in the form of "not any of this object". It's pretty much the same as the "I need no X/have no X" format in English or using kein in German
weird that Duo had yet to teach TV in any form, but didn't allow me to click tv:n for a meaning. Happily it was an intuitive cognate, but every once in a while Duo just likes to force a wrong answer :/
I'm sure it'll come up eventually, but what would the plural be? I can swype tvn and it adds the colon automatically, but it failed it find anything useful when I swyped tver or tvar. Likewise I could swype televisionen but neither ~er nor ~ar were in my dictionary :(