Why does`t the "inte" come right after the "skjut"?
When the object is a pronoun, it can either come in between the verb and the inte, or not:
Either of these are fine:
This is also fine:
But this is incorrect:
Wouldn't "skjut inte mig" imply "please shoot someone else"?
I would guess that it often implies that.
Well by this logic "Skjut inte mig" should be fine as mig is a pronoun, but it is not an accepted answer. I am reporting it.