This is a very good idea. I also want to add that we have created a sticky post under Swedish/Discussions which collects links to some of the best longer explanations. Direct link to it here: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/5892805
We've found that unfortunately many users miss this, so we're trying to point out its existence every now and then :)
Yup, but you can end up with discussion-follow overload. Since this post I've discovered a really great way of finding the information I want. Try putting key terms like "dom de det" or "double definite Swedish" in the search bar under Discussion and you will pull up all or most of the discussions that have the information you want. Also, the moderators have started cross-referencing posts, which is very helpful. Utmärkt!
Oh sorry, I wasn't saying you were attacking English. I just figured that when you said that Swedish verbs are efficient, you were comparing them to the efficiency of English verbs (since words of one language can really only be considered more or less efficient relative to words of other languages that express the same concept), so I figured I'd point out a similarly efficient English verb.
So, the answer here has an exclamation mark, suggesting that this is something one says when they're frustrated, for example. Do you say the same thing if something is just enough? Like if someone is pouring you wine/coffee and you just want to say, 'oh, thanks; that's enough" without yelling it at them?