So much for finding Nemo ...
jag äter en orange och vit fisk... :-D
här du ser min son?
jag äter mina fisk, hehehehe
LOL you can posts jpegs?
I put " I eat a orange fish". I'm so careful about my Swedish, I'm not never paying attention to my English!!
Me too sometimes!
Fish are friends, not food. So do grammar rules not apply to orange?
People sometimes try to make orange behave like a normal Swedish adjective, but then it gets very hard to spell instead. I suggest treating it as uninflectable.
Sorry, i am very confused about both the question and the answer, could you give noob-proof explainations?
more like i eat nemo
I beg your pardon, what is the true Swedish word (or, perhaps, a word combination) for orange?
I'm not exactly sure I get your question. Orange is the true Swedish word for "orange".
There is an old Swedish word for that colour which is brandgul, but that is very old-fashioned and rare nowadays.
Kinda confused in which situations you say "eat" and which situations you say "ate"
eat and äter are present tense whereas ate and åt are past tense.
I dag äter jag en orange fisk. I går åt jag en gul fisk.
Today I'm eating an orange fish. Yesterday I ate a yellow fish.
Jag hoppas att du inte ätit guldfisken!
I'm getting a Fish Called Wanda flashback...
Is there a past tense for the word äter
Yes, it's åt.
This is the first time I realised you should read the Swedish aloud... instead of translating it to English! No wonder it didn't work.
Nooooo, Goldie :(
Can this be translated as goldfish or is there another word for goldfish in Swedish?
What is the ett, en, and plural forms of orange?
Apelsin is an en word.
The orange: apelsinen /
AN orange: en apelsin /
Oranges: apelsiner /
The oranges: apelsinerna
Thank you, but I want it for orange the color. What is the ett, en, et forms for the color orange
Of course! What am I thinking? Lol
Orange is the same for either en, ett, or plural. No changing.
Orange fisk, orange hus, orange klänningar.
Haha silly you. Tack. Big help!