I remember this like 'sover = sleep over = sleep' :D
Helpful mnemonic, thanks :)
Tack så mycket !
Funny that we Spaniards have a very informal verb, "sobar", which means literally "to sleep" :D.
"sobar" in Latin America could mean something else, it's better not to use it in Latin America.
I was about to say that xD
I thought du = you and ni = ye
Yes? Du is singular, ni is plural.
Most of the English-speaking world says "you" for the second-person plural (Swedish "ni").
In a few places, they do use English "ye".
In yet other places, some say English "y'all".
Don't forget "yous" and "yins." And even the redundant "yous all." In some areas, these aren't unusual to hear.
Lol, in Ireland I say “ye” in conversation, “you” in work situations.
In Dublin, you’ll also hear (slang) “youse” and sometimes even “yizzers”
i answered that but i got it wrong
Lol first "i see you" now "you sleep" xD
Sova är "owl" på ryska och det är nattlig fågeln och Duolingo symbolen. Det är min... mnemonic for this verb
Little off-topic but Is "is/was" and "are/were" the same in Swedish?
When you get to the "Verbs: Past" section you'll get that.
Was is the same as Where. So, "Where was I" translates to: "Var var jag?".
Thanks i couldn't tell