I wrote " When are you going"
Is it ok too??
Yes, that also works.
tack!! : )
I'm guessing we could also say "När åker du?" could we not?
For whoever see it now, NI means YOU plural
Just to avoid future confusion,is "att åka" equivalent to "å dra" in norwegian? Would be lovely if someone could answer
When do you use 'när' or 'då' for when ?
Is 'åker' the only Swedish verb to be translated as 'go'?
No, går also works.
First time doing this translation I put "When do go you" by accident... Now I am thinking of wendigo...
Is there a difference in "go" as in go to and go away?
I vaguely remember that it was the case in French or Spanish (or both?), so I was wondering whether this is a host bluntly asking his guests to go home.