I thought the same thing!
What, is this one of those bachelor shows?
Jag väljer dig, Pikachu!
PIKACHU I CHOOSE YOU
Am I the only one who asks, "Why isn't it spelled 'hanam'?"
According to Wiktionary it did use to be "hánum" in Old Norse. Not sure what happened in-between, but language changes over time, and not always in ways that make sense.
I wish i could see what the past abd future participle for "chooses" would be. It would help me get the word choose before having tenses.
Att välja = To choose; Hon väljer = She chooses; Hon valde = She chose; Hon kommer att välja = She will choose
The present tense can also sometimes have a future meaning, like for example "Han slutar snart" = "He will stop soon".
Why is it honom and not han.... just wondering, i got bored with food so i went to this i may have missed somethin on the way.
What's the difference between "Hans," and "Honom?" And Er and Du?
What is the translation for the past tense, chose
anyone knows why not "she choose him" (in past). Thanks
That's spelled "chose", and the sentense above is not in past tense.