Isn't there any "you" in swedish...i only encounter "i" "they" and "we" in the lessons...
”De” is actually pronounced ”dom” [dɔm], it is the audio that is incorrect, making it very different from ”det” which is pronounced ”de” [deː].
Yes, The pronunciation for "De" in the audio is incorrect! It should be [dɔm]
Hum...it is very confusing! So "de" is pronounced [dɔm] and "dem" is also pronounced [dɔm], therefore in "They love them" I would say [dɔm] älskar [dɔm]?
Also if ”det” is pronounced ”de” [deː], how do I distinguish from "de" (They) which is also pronounced [deː]?
It definitely speaks 'dom', no doubt about it. But it wants me to type 'de'.
First I wrote "they eat pasta" - it was wrong, it should be "they have pasta". By the second time I wrote so and it is still wrong! Now it shows "they EAT pasta"!!
Hopefully a temporary glitch. Both ways are accepted answers, but as you can see on top of this page, the main answer is They eat pasta.
"a pasta" doesn't really make sense in Swedish - we don't use the word to mean a dish. It would be like saying "a spaghetti".
How to know when "äter" means (eat) or (are eating)? Samething for other verbs...?
Swedish doesn't make a difference between them, so the same thing corresponds to both. All verbs work like this.
Funny fact, when you press record and then press the boice button it dosen't regonice it as correct.