is nu 'vi är en kommitte' wrong?
in your translation it somehow sound like
'now are we a committee?'
nu vi är … is wrong because the verb needs to be in second place.
How would you write "Are we a committee?" vs. "We are a committee. "
Är vi en kommitté? vs Vi är en kommitté.
The rule for questions is that the verb goes before the subject.
The rule for main clauses is that the verb goes in second place.
How to say "Now, are we a committee?" then? Just put a coma after nu as in English?
Swedish doesn’t use ’now’ as an interjection as in English as in ’Now, that was some game!’. We’d say something else.
It's not an interjection in her sentance, it's an adverb or close to an adverb
why does nu require the verb to be switched with the subject
V2 rule. Verb must be the second unit
Basically, you have to say this sentence like Yoda from Star Wars.
'Now' is not a subject. The verb seems to still be in second place.