What is The difference between hennes and henne ?
Henne = her (object of action)
Hennes = her/s (as the owner of something)
So you could say "Kjolen är hennes"?
what is om for?
It's a particle. Swedish has a lot of particles that we use to change the meaning of verbs. Read more about this verb here: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/5892480
When do you use 'gillar' and when do you use 'tycker om'? Is it gillar when it is a about a person and tycker om when it is about a thing?
There's no real difference, except that gillar is a little more colloquial.
I understand the sentence, but I'm not sure how it relates to this topic. Shouldn't a sentence like "Han kommer att ha gillat henne" be here instead? Thanks!
It's really in Pronouns objective, teaching the word henne, but I've noticed in other trees that sentences can show up in the wrong skills at the moment. Not quite sure if it's a bug or an A/B test…
Just out of curiosity, why is this question under past tense exercise when there's no past tense in the sentence?
See my answer too EmilyToots on this page.