Okay, I officially love Scandinavian languages now. I will ask a question so this won't be spam lol, what sound does "ä" make exactly? It has a different sound in äpple than it does in är. Is there a rule for that?
Swedish sounds tricky isn't it ?. "Har", not "är" ! Swedish girl may have, but never is an apple! Keep that in mind before being my friend :-)
"Swedish sounds tricky", doesn't it?
I know "A" Can sometimes be "Ett" but is "An" always going to be "Ett"?
No, a or an is a pronunciation thing, but en or ett is not. You simply have to learn which nouns are en-nouns (most of them) and which nouns are ett-nouns.
Right, Okay thanks!
I pooped me pants
I thought flickan was plural? It says it should be "the girl has"...?
No, it's like this:
flicka -flickan (girl - the girl)
flickor -flickorna (girls - the girls)
So the 'or's usually is plural?
Can i now the differnt about en and att?!!?
How we should say "the girl is having an apple"?
jag pratar Svenska
Why not use have instead of has? Is it a mistake?