Can this be used when you have a crush on someone? 'Jag har känslor för dig'...and does it sound odd to say?
I think it flies. I used it once and it got the message across very well. (It wasn't mutual though, but we remain good friends.)
I think 'Jag är kär i dig' would be better for that (= is basically saying you have a crush on her). You could also use 'Jag tycker om dig' or 'Jag gillar dig', which means 'I like you'. If you want to go all out, feel free to use 'Jag älskar dig', which means 'I love you'.
In a real like situation, could you also say "Hon har inga känslor mot dig"? Since both towards and for make sense to me in english
I would have bet anything it was "till dig" good thing there's no gambling feature (yet)
how can i know when to use "inga" or "inte". could i say : "hon har inte känslor för dig"?
- 'no' is inget/ingen/inga (negating nouns: 'no feelings' inga känslor)
- 'not' is inte (negating verbs: 'does not have' har inte).
It's possible to say Hon har inte känslor för dig in Swedish, but then the English sentence would have needed to be 'She does not have feelings for you'.