I've totally forgotten but what's the difference between Du and Ni when saying "you"?
Du is singular, Ni is plural. Compare it to tu/vous in French, or thou/you in old English.
Isnt ni also a polite version of the singular du?
No, it's not. The only difference is in the number.
There's a thread on Swedish politeness at https://www.duolingo.com/comment/5591933, check it out for more info.
Ni for plural....du is singular
I just realised the similarity between the Swedish and Russian word for plate! Тарелке)taryelkye/tallrik!
Because Russian тарелка is derived from Germanic word. But they changed L and R, Belarusians didn't change — they have талерка
No, I have a bowl. Get it right, Sweden.
why is 'en plåt' not correct?
Looks like "tallrik" and (German) "Teller" are related.