Unless you're an alien race mercifully providing victuals for the earthlings you just conquered, saying 'these humans' would seem to me rather arrogant.
So the fact that 'these humans' isn't accepted shows some real prejudice against aliens.
You humans are all racist!
context aside - is the phrase "these humans" correct?
It's grammatically correct, yes. :)
It all depends on the context. In a discussion, for example, one could want to underline the fact that "these people" are humans just like us, so one may use "these humans" to give emphasis to this fact. It is not wrong, so it should be accepted.
But is that what the Swedish phrase would/could imply?? This is a Swedish lesson, not an English lecture, just use “people”, crikey.
'these humans' not accepted?
I think it should be fine to say "these humans"
is there other word for humans beside människor, i don't really get why it is wrong to use it
When do you use de här, and when do you use dessa?
It can be done in these two ways:
de här + determinate plural
dessa + indeterminate plural
Duo accepted "these humans" from me.
Is the difference between dessa and de där that de där specifies a specifi c position? Or are both interchangeable
They are interchangeable but "denna/detta/dessa" is a bit more formal.