I am confused on when to use infinitive verbs in Swedish. Why is 'cry ' in its infinitive form in this sentence?
When the verb follows a direct object (my dad) you use the infinitive form without the att.
Oh, I see. Thank you.
"cry" is also the infinitive form in the English sentence. The confusion may be that the present form of "to cry" is sometimes also "cry".
Can someone briefly list the negatives in Swedish? as in what are the words for no never not no one nothing? I always get them confused.
No - nej
Not - inte
Never - aldrig
No one - ingen
Nothing - ingenting
Apart from that, no also means ingen/inget/inga.
Plus nej cant be in the middle of a sentence. Inte may be seen as ej somtimes (said like ayyy)
Well, it can, but I'm guessing you meant phrase rather than sentence. :)