I have a question. I am a little confused. I can't figure it out. Is Han the same for He and She? How do I know the difference?
What do you mean? han means he and hon means she. Does that answer your question? The verb is the same for all persons, Jag äter, du äter, han äter etc.
I was just confused. Hon and Han sound the same when you hear it.
Oh I see. I think you'll get used to it and hear the difference more clearly if you keep listening.
Thank you so much for your help!!! I truly appreciate it!
Han is he and Hon is she
the way the woman says Hon and Han sound really similar, I cant even understand the difference. she also says it like "Un"
This is 'she eats' and 'she is eating'? Or just rhe first one.
Yup, it means both He eats and He is eating.
So in Swedish do you just never need to distinguish the two meanings, or is it based on context or something in later lessons?
It's the same in Swedish, basically.
So basically swedish doesnt diffrenciate any two ways of saying present tense actions like in english
the pronounciation of the letters is surprisingly very similar to the hungarian ones
How can we distinguish between he is eating and he eats in swedish? Means both of them have different sense so how swedish handle this?
Swedish doesn't practice that distinction.