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"They love to sing."

Translation:De älskar att sjunga.

January 15, 2015



How can we know when to use a preposition? Isn't it possible to be without "att"?


Att is not a preposition, is the infinitive marker that shows that a verb is in the infinitive, like to sing in English. It can sometimes be left out but not here.


For example, can "Du vill arbeta i Sverige" be "Du vill att arbeta i Sverige" ?


No, vill is always used without.


In which cases is used "att" and in which cases is not used? Because this is my main problem to know.


I'm having a hard time pronouncing the end of the word "sjunga". Also, I heard some Swedish people pronouncing the "sj" in sjunga as "sh". Is that a different dialect? And should I have an audible "g" in sjunga, because the TTS sounds like "hoon-YA" to me...


Yes. Its a different dialect from the southern part and they usually use 'sh' in the north of Sweden.

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