Could someone provide a quick insight on the word order of this sentence? Is "Nej, jag gör det aldrig" also grammatically correct?
Yes, it's possible to switch the order between det and aldrig here because det is a pronoun.
Compare: Jag känner henne inte - Jag känner inte henne 'I don't know her', both are possible, but if you try this with a name, only the second one is possible: Jag känner inte Maria. The other one would be ungrammatical.
I think it is jag gor aldrig det, because the adverb comes right after the verb, but I am not so good at swedish so I am not sure if I'm 100% right
Yes, I forgot about that! But still, is Subject-Verb-Adverb-Object a grammatically valid alternative to OVSA word order? And if yes, do the two sentences contain the exact same meaning?
Tack! I would have though "I never do" would simply be "Jag gör aldrig". What is the function of "det" in this sentence?
In English, "No, I never" has just about the same meaning because the verb is implied. Would there be a similar way of wording it like this in Swedish?
Since it is the answer to a question, in a dialogue with someone, of course the answer can be very short. In this case we would take out 'jag' completely and just say: Nej, aldrig
Does anyone know if the final "d" and "t" are pronounced in "alltid" and "aldrig"?