They teach us this sentence to use when you have that awkward moment when your office disappears and you can't find it.
And you go to Sweden to ask the locals if it's there.
Yes I agree, it is awkward!
I've noticed incubator-made courses teach a lot of useful phrases for the instance of a moving to the said country. clap clap
I guess the plural of kontor is also kontor?
ett kontor - flera kontor
Yep, typical ett-word-ending-in-a-consonant behavior there
I feel like I've had this question come up more than any other, I feel like this was what i was doing wrong when I lived in Sweden, I wasn't being assertive enough at my interviews!
There is none, you get a flex desk in an open plan office
Hey... Playing anno helped me remember a swedish word,who would have thought
(Those that dont know,in anno the main building you need to claim an island is called a "kontor"
It reminds me of a french word "comptoir", which is a sort of desk, and since office/desk are kinda related I can remember it more easily
Or a "counter" in English, although this is usually in a bathroom or kitchen. But could be stretched to mean any flat work surface
Kanske är det med dina saknade byxor?