I feel obligated? "I'm obliged" is "I'm thankful."
Obliged can also obligated, especially from a moral sense. When you say "I'm obliged" as "thanks" you are saying you are indebted to whom you are thanking.
I suppose. I just don't hear it as much. In either case, I would think "I'm obligated" should also be an acceptable answer.
I think obligated sounds more natural and correct, though I don't know for certain which is technically more correct.
Forced is not accepted but it is shown as an accepted translation. What gives?
Either you had another error and didn't realise, or there's a bug.
I feel forced is accepted
is tvungen really a modal verb?
No, it is not.
thank you. you are the best! Tvinga combinations were the most common sentences in my modal verb section.
Varför är "that" fel?
denna/detta = this; den/det = that
i keep hearing "kände" instead of "känner". Bummer
I feel me obliged? why not jag känner tvungen