The Var is very confusing haha I thought it's 'where' and took a minute to realise it isn't
I keep doing that as well
Is SOM an all-purpose relative pronoun - who, whom, which, that?
How can we tell if the "var" being used is meant as "was" or "where"? I thought it said "Where is the report that you wrote?"
You can tell by the context. Does "was" or "where" fit best:
"... it you who wrote the report?"
Can I say "vem" instead of "som" as well?
vem is not used as a relative pronoun, we use som for that instead.
Will always the subject pronouns follow the construction "de + att vara"/"att vara + det"?
Why not "Var det dig..."?
Because "du" is a subject and "dig" an object.