Ok. Wait. I just learned that nagon means someone, and vem som helst is anyone. So why aren't we designating an anyone here?
- Jag litar inte på någon = I don't trust anybody at all.
- Jag litar inte på vem som helst = I don't trust just anyone, but I might trust you if you earn it.
Just trying to recap something: någon = anybody, något = anything, ingen = nobody, inget = nothing. Is this correct that for these kinds of determiners the -ett-form is always -thing and the -en-form -body?
I think so, because "en" words are utrum, usually referring to living things, and "ett" words neutrum
the TTS is pronouncing 'jag' with a hard 'j' sound, as opposed to the 'y' sound it normally does. is this just the TTS messing up or is it another strange swedish rule similar to when 's' comes after 'r'?