"Cats eat mice."
Translation:Katter äter möss.
I like the, english and swedish thing, mus = mouse | moss = mice It's pretty easy to understand because we do the same thing in english :D
Also ”lus - löss”, which I think you can guess what it means based on the above. :)
How is present continous different from simple present? Cats eat\cats are eating?
If you say that "Cats eat": this means that cats eat mice regularly (every day etc.) But if you say "Cats are eating": this means that the cats are eating mice at the moment.