Literal translation of smörgås = butter goose :)
No, he is eating a buttered goose. :)
In full context.
What language is that?
Is there a difference between eats and is eating because i put eats and got it wrong
It depends on whether you should use eat or eats
why was the sandwich smörgåsen one time and mackan another time
'Smörgås' is the proper old word, but 'macka' has become a very common colloquial synonym. You really need to know them both.
Tack sa mycket!
When is it "a" and when is it "the"?
"A" or "an" is En just before the noun . "The" is the noun on it's own with an added suffix I believe.
I wrote "the boy eats the sandwich" (copy & paste from the input field) and was rated wrong. What's that supposed to mean? Since when do I have to use continuous form, when there's no such thing in Swedish?