How can one say "the workers" – "arbetareren"?
Would this word be similar to the English "labourer"? (Someone who does mostly unskilled manual work).
Yes, adding that and a few other synonyms.
In America there are 'day laborers' which are often those whom are undocumented. No one is referred to as a 'worker,' but rather an employee.
arbetare av världen förenar
Is arbete an en or ett word? Or does it depend if you are talking about a job and a worker?
ett arbete means ’work’; en arbetare means ’worker’
The pronunciation is unclear, I totally hear "dator" and not "dotter", it also makes more sense to speak about your workers having a computer.
The difference is very clear to me as a native speaker, I wouldn't mishear it.
What!? The sentenced corrected my mistake and stated the sentence means a workers got a daughter. How is that?
I typed this exactly twice once with a full stop once with out was spelled correctly too. Whats up with this
Dont work even when you match letter för letter