Strawberries are quite a big thing for us Swedes during the lovely lovely Swedish summer. :)
Do you know the verb "palla"? It is used for stealing fruit (or vegetables) from someone's garden.
Does the "a" at the end of "myrorna" get run into the "ä" at the beginning of äter or is it just some artifact in the audio? It sounds like myrorn-äter
Why "eats" and not "are eating" as I typed? I am confused with the English verb forms, it would be better to use German as base language.
Both are accepted. And if it was German > Swedish, many people, myself included would be out of luck.
You can change the interface.Just go to "I want to learn...".Click more options.Pick Swedish spelled in German and you are all set.I hope this is helpful
This is the first time "strawberries" makes more sence to me: you can put straw around them to cultivate. Just hit me.
The straw in strawberry actually comes from the same word the verb to strew came from. If you get to see wild strawberries (delicious!!) you will find them strewn across the ground. If you're not familiar with the word strewn, thinking of scattering seeds in a field by hand: the seeds will be strewn.
Interesting point. Strangely enough, I've never heard that verb used in the present tense.
Always thought it was because (wild) strawberries are often put on a straw.