"Din kostym är perfekt."
Translation:Your suit is perfect.
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Swedish uses both attributive and predicative adjectival forms. What this means is that if the adjective comes before the noun, you use the definite form - and if it comes after the noun, you use the indefinite. Think of it as "the silly jester" versus "the jester is silly" - in English, there's no difference in the adjective, but Swedish frequently has different forms for the two.