Duolingo, if I hear that song ONE MORE TIME, MY STREAK IS A GONER, AND YOU AND MY LAPTOP ARE OUT THE WINDOW!!! Ah, got that out. Much better.
Does this have the same meaning in English, meaning that it shows "your surprise that people or events in different places are connected"?
I've not covered it in a while, but I'm almost certain that "små" is used for plurals, and "liten/litet" in the singular. Someone correct me if I'm wrong, though! :-)
Yes, I thought it was only used for plural, but couldn't find the spot where it'd been discussed. Thanks for the help!
Here are examples of the various forms: https://forum.duolingo.com/comment/10376649/Confused-liten-litet-lille-lilla-sm%C3%A5
You can choose a form to get an example: https://www.duolingo.com/dictionary/Swedish/sm%C3%A5/4a7e134ea3898c5528d24daf72af787f
These explanations (with examples) are so clear: http://swedishpress.com/content/liten-lilla-eller-sm%C3%A5
AARRGGHHH Now I have that song as an earworm! NOOOO! (BTW, is there a Swedish version of earworm?)