"Är du religiös?"

Translation:Are you religious?

December 28, 2014



It sounds like 'relicious'- as in deliciously religious or religiously delicious

January 6, 2015

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hahaha. good one!

July 16, 2015


i heard it is considered rude to ask someone that in sweden is that true?

February 23, 2015


It is rude in America as well.

March 7, 2015

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oh, it might depend on context (how well you know a person, in what setting etc.). sometimes it might be an important question to consider in a polite conversation, but again certainly dependent on the people involved and setting (all part of "context"). it might also depend on regional cultural norms given that the us is quite culturally diverse.

July 16, 2015


Is this how it's usually said in Swedish? I like how neutral it is.

In The Netherlands, one would say "Do you believe in god?", implying that it's the Judeo-Christian god you're talking about.

August 16, 2015


I don't consider it to be a rude question in America.

August 14, 2017


It's a personal question. There are times when personal questions are inappropriate in either country. It's not universally rude though.

March 12, 2018


Nej, jag är inte :)

August 15, 2015


Jeg også :)

August 16, 2015


i still don't understand how some stuff is pronounced. there have been moments -- this, in particular -- where i'm simply dumbfounded. after inspecting swedish phonology, i still haven't gotten better.

January 2, 2016


I am no fluent Swedish speaker but from what I understand, my way of describing this "giös" sound is - try saying 'hers' in english, but add a slight 'w' (or 'u') between 'h' and 'e'. So like 'hwers'. (Also try not to round your lips as you would in 'w'?) Please correct if I am misleading, would like to learn from a fluent speaker.

January 4, 2016


giö is pronounced like sjö (lake) if you know how to say that :-)

October 21, 2017
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