Is there a difference between "se ut" and "tittar" or are they interchangeable?
As I understand it, 'ser ut' (som) is used to say that something "looks like" (resembles) something else, while 'tittar på' is looking at.
What is the difference between „tittar på“ and „tittar mot“? I've heard the latter in a Laleh's song: „jag tittar upp mot himlen“.
jag tittar upp mot himlen translates to "I look up to the sky". mot can mean both towards and against.
A better example to illustrate what på and mot are doing is the following: jag tittar på trädet: I look at the tree; jag tittar upp mot trädet: I look up to the tree; jag tittar upp trädet: I look up the tree (looking to find something inside the branches, perhaps).
Thanks for your explanation! Does this also mean, I can't say „tittar upp på“, but always use „mot“ in such context?
staring describes a more intense way of looking at something, the Swedish translation for it is stirrar.
Thank you so much Arnauti (and all the swedish duolingo's staff) for your so helpful and brilliant job!
There's no big difference, but glor is a tad more colloquial and derogative.
How can I tell the difference between the child and the children in the sentence "Barnet tittar på mig."