"Do sheep get sheep?"

Translation:Får får får?

December 15, 2014



jag älskar den här meningen

December 15, 2014


It's a Swedish classic! And the answer is nej, får får lamm. (No, sheep get lambs.) :)

December 15, 2014


På Gotland funkar det int så bra för att "får" heter "lamm" på gotländske, och "lamm" heter "lammunge" ^^ Annars ja, den härna meningen låter rätt kul.

October 30, 2015


Vad är det du egentligen vill säga Duolingo??? Hm?

April 19, 2015


This is the craziest sentence I have written so far. ^^

May 5, 2016


Just wait until they add Finnish to Duolingo :) You'll get to write the below dialog with just two characters: "K" and "O":

  • Kokko! Gather up the entire bonfire.
  • The entire bonfire?
  • The entire bonfire.

Which would be:

  • Kokko! Kokoo kokkoo koko kokko.
  • Koko kokkoko?
  • Koko kokko.
June 26, 2017


Teaching Finnish to foreigners is always fun... Personally one of my favorites is "juoksentelisinkohan?" which translates to "I wonder if I should run around aimlessly?"

September 9, 2017


this is fantastic!. Finns must understand roosters! this one reminds me of a Spanish tongue twister thats says so....................... Cómo como poco coco, poco coco compro.........I don't buy coconut, because I don't eat much coconut ......would be the translation more or less.

August 9, 2017


Hahah I love this (:

December 22, 2014


Jag älskar detta språk!

November 18, 2015


Det verkar som om det finns en åtminstone i varje språk... :)

April 30, 2015


fish - fisk fiskar - fishes

April 18, 2018


The much more common plural form is actually also "fish".

April 18, 2018


I put the right words in assuming I would be wrong. I now know a joke in Swedish. I learned a joke decades ago only someone who knew enough Swedish would get. It involves a kind of hot cereal called Cream of Wheat. The punch line is "Hmph! Tastes like it!" Only the spelling of the last word changes in Swedish. ;-)

September 27, 2017


Far, får får får? Nej får får inte får, får får lamm

April 19, 2019
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