I answered "He gets an answer". Is there actually some meaning behind this or is it just for its own sake?
Could this also be like getting an answer to a math question? Like, "I am getting the answer to this problem"?
No like, you solve the problem in order to GET the answer. Kinda like that.
Yes, then you can use it. Like, the answer is supposed to be 3 but I get 4, I'd say Jag får 4 hela tiden = 'I keep getting 4'.
Sure, you can say "svar", but if it is a complicated problem you will probably say "lösning" (solution) and then it includes the steps you go through to reach the final answer.
the word "answer" sounds derived from "svar" which makes it super easy to remember
It’s a very formal way but grammatically correct. It’s plural though so it means ”answers obtianed”.
I replied "he gets a reply". Why would this be incorrect? til exempel, man kan "svara" till ett brev. Is there a subtlety here I am not quite getting?