"He likes him."

Translation:Han tycker om honom.

January 23, 2015



Hej, what's the difference between "gillar" and "tycker om"?

July 9, 2015


They mean the same.

July 9, 2015


I keep connecting honom to hon in stead of han all the time :(

Han - honom Hon - henne

October 4, 2015


I don't know if it helps but I remember it like that: In german 'Hahn' is a male chicken, the only difference is that in german it is a long A, in swedish it is short. 'Huhn' and 'Henne' are female chicken. If you pronounce it wrong it's nearly hon.

December 24, 2017


Well, tycker- thinking, and om- about. So it's like saying, "He thinks about him." See the connection?

November 1, 2017


Hannah tycker att Emil är snygg/ Hannah thinks that Emil is handsome

February 25, 2019


Can someone explain this one to me? It sounds strange but I put "Han tycker om hans".

January 23, 2015


That would mean He likes his. Honom is the object pronoun and hans the possessive.

January 23, 2015


Haha I put that too :D I was just going to ask what's wrong with that xD

June 7, 2015


Why is om? My understand "Han tycker om honom" is "He like about him" bcoz it a different meaning "He like him to He like about him." He like him is just you like him, and He like about him is all his personality. Strange!

September 28, 2016


It's just like some of the weird English idioms we have that people have to learn when they learn English that make zero sense out of context. In this one I believe "tycker om" directly translates to "think/s about. "

November 4, 2018


I didn't learn the word 'gillar' and it still was on the test. I typed tycker om and it was wrong.

July 6, 2018


Here comes a conflict...

I suppose "honom" here can refer to either the subject himself or another male. If it has to be the former meaning, can one say: "Han tycker om sig." ?

July 24, 2018


It is quite as you wrote: Han tycker om honom. means that he likes another male person while Han tycker om sig själv. means that he likes himself.

November 30, 2018


I also am confused about the use and translation on "om". Can someone help?

October 19, 2016


Probably late, but it's just the way it's said. It's always "tycker om", you can't just say "tycker" - although "om" doesn't mean anything there, so it shouldn't be translated directly.

December 9, 2016
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