"I see you."
Translation:Jag ser dig.
Jag ser er? I got this right (I see you), but only because it was multiple choice
Dig is the objective form of "you." In English, we say "you" for both the nominative (subject) and objective. It's like "thou" (nominative/subject) and "thee" (objective) in Old English. Dig is used when it is the direct object, object of a preposition, or any other grammatical object.
Yes! Dig is the singular 2nd person objective pronoun and er is the plural 2nd person objective pronoun.