Why is this in Food 2? Just wondering....
Good question. It's wrong, but unfortunately we can't fix it. Gott nytt år anyway!
wait I don't understand - why is it the team can't fix it?
Because of the word "gott" which was used before for the cinnamon buns. :-)
"Happy cinnamon buns?"
May we all have a vision now and then of a world where every neighbour is a friend.
HAHAHA, all of a sudden it pops out a "Gott nytt år" in the middle of May in Coronavirus emergency and among a lesson on Swedish food. My brain glitched a second.
What is worse, my brain didn't glitch and it is only july. I did watch Abba Forever recently. I wonder if that's the reason.
"Good new year" not accepted.
Happy New Year should be capitalised in English.
I think it depends on whether they're talking about the official holiday or just wishing someone a new year that is happy.
Gott kommande nytt år!
'Gott' here is the neuter form of the adjective 'god', correct?