Why not fler? Why mer?
fler is only used for countable nouns.
Jag har fler böcker 'I have more books'
Jag äter mer bröd 'I eat more bread'
Thank you very much :)
Your can represent both dina and era
"Ge mer uppmerksämhet till dina barn" was rejected. What am I missing?
It's a different construction, so it rewrites the sentence a bit too much to be accepted. But it's a fine sentence, if perhaps a bit less natural.
Hm, maybe a rookie question, but "I give" is "Jag ger", is it not? And I would have thought "give" was the main verb in this sentence, so why is it not "GeR dina barn mer uppmärkshamhet." ?
French_n_Swedish I guess this an old question, I can't see on the dates on mobile. GeR... is a present form and Ge dina barn... is an imperative form. How to form the imperative is explained there in Tips.
How is ''Ge ditt barn mer uppmärksamhet'' wrong?
The sentence says "children", so it would be "dina barn" not "ditt barn".