Is ensam singular snd ensamma plural?
So it would be Du ar inte ensam?
Why does inte come before ensamma?
The adverb typically comes after the verb.
oh, okay, thank you.
As far as I know ensam can also mean lonely, but how would I know the difference in such a sentence?
That's correct. I honestly don't think there's much of a problem in practice, though - I mean, how often would you expect a situation to be ambiguous in that regard? Context would likely make it clear.
Thanks for the quick reply! Part of why I was wondering is because in Dutch we have the word eenzaam which looks a lot like ensamma but means lonely, while the word alleen means alone :)
That's true. We also have allena, actually, but it's oldfashioned, almost archaic in modern Sweden Swedish. :)