Why can't I say: Den här konflikten ska aldrig ta slut?
If you use "ska" here, it would be like you decide that it will never end. You can read about "ska" and "kommer att" here.
Can you explain how ‘ta’ Is being used here? Thanks!
I'll try. ta is the infinitive. att ta = to take, ett slut = an end => "to take end" => to come to an end.
Det här verkar som en bra möjlighet att fråga, vad är skillnaden mellan "sluta" och "ta slut"?
I think that you use att sluta when you quit something you are doing. You use att ta slut when something that is happening comes to an end. Jag slutar läsa. Konflikten tar slut.
Waiting for a native speaker to confirm.
Why is denna not accepted?
It is, you may have done another mistake.
Why is avsluta not accepted?
avsluta requires an object. You can avsluta en mening 'finish a sentence', but then it's you who finish something, not just the sentence that ends.
why is "denna konflikt kommer aldrig att sluta" incorrect?
the same here, alternatively can anyone explain why this is wrong: Den här konflikten kommer aldrig att sluta. If it is wrong here could anybody explain what this sentence means if it means anything.
I am waiting for an answer to this same question. Will someone please answer?