"Vem frågar?"

Translation:Who is asking?

December 3, 2014



I answered, "Who questions?" Would that be okay as well?

May 30, 2015


Not really. 'to question' as in 'express doubt about' is att ifrågasätta in Swedish.
And 'question' as in 'interrogate' is förhöra.

September 26, 2017


Just like infragestellen and verhören in German! (:

March 24, 2018


Just to clarify, "frågar" can be either a plural noun or a verb?

December 3, 2014


"Fråga" can be either, but "frågar" can only be a verb. The plural of "fråga" is "frågor". En fråga, frågan, frågor, frågorna.

December 3, 2014


If one were to say "Question a question" in the sense of questioning what you know, and the other oerson thought you meant 'ask a question, and you had to explain that you actually meant to question a question, how would one go about explaining such a thing?

January 29, 2017


'to question' as in 'to question what you know' is ifrågasätta in Swedish.

September 26, 2017


Can somebody tell me the diffrence between frågar, frågor and frågan?

April 4, 2018


fragan= the question fragor= questions an fragar is the verb, to ask. If im not mistaken

April 19, 2018


And the questions is frågorna

September 16, 2018


Jag har en fråga :) ...I’ve always answered this “Who is asking?” , but this time I tried “ Who asks?”. It said it was incorrect. I understand that “Who asks ?” Is not a complete question, really. However, I might use it in the context “Who asks this/that?” , or in a situation where , for example, you say “Tom asks every day to go to the zoo” and I reply with “WHO asks!?” In anger or disbelief, maybe. PS: I’m now laughing reading this.. I realise I’d definitely say the above sentence, but I’d WRITE “Tom asks to go to the zoo every day”

April 23, 2019
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