How would you say in Swedish 'I'm just browsing' if you are in a shop and the salesperson asks you something like 'kan jag hjälpa till' (if that is what they typically ask?) and you have no intention to buy anything.
Well, I guess other people might say this differently but I'd say Jag tittar bara (I'm just looking).
Is "tittar på" solely correspond to "looking at (something)"? Could it be "looking in (something)"?
Is swedish as finicky as english about looking, seeing and watching?
In what context might someone actually say this in Swedish? It sounds like an odd activity. Or is this a case of grammatically correct, but odd, sentence practice?
I suppose the room is for rent, so we take a look, Vi tittar på rummet, to see if we want to move to this place, if it is worth paying the rent.