Why this för before titta pa ? Would be wrong Jag är för trött att titta pa tv ?
"To look at the tv" is not accepted here - why? Is this because of the preposition "på", or is "titta" not mean to look at the object, rather than specifically watch what is on TV?
Yes, to look at the tv means att titta på TV:n, the combination titta på TV without an article means just watch TV.
Dear Arnauti is there any correct response for this question with continuous form of WATCH
So report it then. It's obviously correct, but you can't expect every correct translation to always be in the database, since they're all added manually. :)
Oh I did, but was just having a moan. Glad to see someone cares. Have a lingot.
In a more common example, say "I am too tired to drive." or even "I am too tired to think." (we often say that to mean "Don't ask me complicated questions, I am too tired.") - is it still "för att", say "Jag är för trött för att aka" or "Jag är för trött för att tanka." -? Sorry, other parts of my Swedish may be wrong here, but you'll understand my question I think.
Yup - för x för att y = too x to y. (And I know you're just missing the diacritics, but do note that tänka = think, tanka = refuel.)
I can get behind the "too tired to study" sentence...but this one is ridiculous!
I put "I am too tired to watch tv." and it was not accepted... In previous exercises it was not necessary to capitalize "tv." (I did report that my answer should be accepted.)
We only have one error report for this sentence, and it's from the same time you posted here, so I'm assuming it's from you. The reason your answer was not accepted is that you put "i am to tired to watch tv", with "to" rather than "too".
Tack... I realized afterwards that my wireless keyboard did not detect the 2nd "o".
Translation of swedish infinitive in the english language is highly problematic. I am goint to give the honest and most accurate translation, even though it is not grammatically acceptable.
Jag är för trött för att titta på tv. I am too tired for the watching of(on) tv.
It is not accepting "television", which is astonishing. "TV" is something I would never say, although I know it is now common worldwide.