"There is no water left!"
Translation:Vattnet är slut!
I agree @Thomas161932, it does sound strange, but adverbs can be many things. For instance här is an adverb and you can say Jag är här. I think it's the category 'adverb' that is problematic in itself.
Not saying that's wrong but it seems odd to me because kvar works with är which adverbs usually don't. "Bilen är sakta" vs "Bilen är kvar".
Why is "vatten" not accepted? In German you can say either "Das Wasser ist alle!" or just "Wasser ist alle!". Is that not possible in Swedish so it always has to be THE water?
Hi! I'm very confused on where to place "inge/inget/inte/etc" in sentences. Does it depend on if it's modifying a verb/adverb?
You can use "inte" to give a verb a negative meaning: "Jag är inte bra." -> "I am not good" It comes normally after the verb.
"Inget/ingen" is "no". So you use it before a noun: "Där är ingen vatten" -> "There is no water" (Ingen for en-words/Inget for ett-words) if there is an adjective before the noun you have to use it before this adjective -> inget fullt glas -> no full glass.
I dont know "inge". Did you mean "ingen"?
I hope everything I said was right. If there is a mistake please correct me! I hope I could help you.
Would "Vattnet är slut" be closer to meaning "the water is stopped"? I feel like that shouldn't be the suggested answer.
Since there's a way to specifically include "left/remaining," ("kvar," apparently), does this mean "there's no water," or "there's no water LEFT," or both..?
The meaning is not the same. For example, compare:
1. There is no water on the moon.
2. There is no water left on the moon.
2 implies that there was once water on the moon. 1 does not. Two sentences that imply different things do not have the same meaning.
I understand, so slut means before there was water, en finns inget, could mean there never was water
A few questions ago i was given a multiple choice where 'Det vatten slut' was a required correct answer. And yet here it is not eveb accepted. Did I remember it wrong or what's happening?
We don't have any notes for mobile phone learning, so it isn't really fair to ask us to know words we've never come across before.
Is there any way you can access a desktop computer/laptop? Even going to the library maybe? I think there might be an issue with the programming of the app, which is why I switched over to the computer for learning new words/grammar, and I use the app for practicing away from home :)