Why isn't dygn the right word to use here? I understand that dygn refers to the whole 24hr period. Is there any other different e in usage between dag and dygn?
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Got it. Thanks.
Inseglet borde det var, eller?
Does Den Sjunde Dagen have strong religious connotations in Sweden as it does in America (at least where I live), or is it simply another way of saying the last day of the week?
Är det kinesisk författare Yu Hua sin bok?