Is it a sentence?, "Man" , it's a word only. Who can guide me,. pl, to understand
It could be both. ;-)
Hover over the word given. If it says "man" you have an english word and are asked for swedish. If it says "man, husband, one", then it's a swedish word because you're given possible choices.
Also, sKaLpaX is right too...
Swedish man can mean 'one' in the general sense, like 'One should always brush one's teeth before going to bed'. Other than that, it's man as in 'male person' – not, however, as in 'human being', that is människa in Swedish.
I typed that the answer was "one" but it said the answer was människa, which I hadn't even learned yet.
It's because it can be hard to tell whether you're supposed to translate from Swedish into English or the other way around. Here you were actually supposed to translate from English into Swedish, so 'one' isn't an accepted answer. When your answer doesn't match any of the accepted answers, you can get shown any accepted answer. And människa is one of them. It means 'man' as in 'human being'.
If you want to sound like a tough kid from the hood you can use mannen and kompis ('mate') a lot wherever you'd say man in English :)
On your lingot thing, about (quoting here) 80% of words are en-words. Rule of thumb: If you don't know what gender it is, go with en. ;)
Also, bror or brushan …(normally spelled 'brorsan', for those of us not quite that cool).
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