So since "frukt" means fruit and "ost" means cheese, does this mean that the traditional Swedish breakfast "frukost" consists of basically fruit and cheese?
So "frukost" is breakfast in Swedish, but "frokost" is lunch in Danish. Hmm!
I wonder if it's similar to how dinner can be the second or third meal of the day depending on English dialect...
Frukt and Fruit have one syllable. Frukost and Breakfast have two syllables.
Because "äter" is present tense, and "ate" is past. "I ate breakfast" = "Jag åt frukost".