I'm gonna go with the more positive movie here :). Even though both have tons of gratuitous violence
Another music bombing from the Swedish Team... wow, they are lively moderators.
Duo has told us not to accept that as an answer, this is what they say: “see” is a stative verb and changes its meaning to “date” or “go out with” when used in the progressive form.
I can see the point. Good thing you cleared that up. I was about to get very confused otherwise. Tack så mycket!
I think it is because "seeing someone" means meeting, you know, like "am i seeing you next friday?" "sure, i will be there."
So I'm guessing "Jag ser att äpple" isn't the right way to say something like that? What is the word that just means to physically see something?
I'm just guessing but as far as I know something like "Jag ser det huset" or "Ser du den äpplen?" are right grammatically. (anyone seeing this and knowing better pls correct me)
Too bad it also sounds to me like "Jag ser det." Is there a way to tell "det" from "dig" in this context?