To anyone who is fluent in Swedish and German: Does "Vad säger du?" correspond "Was meinst du?" or with "Was sagst du?"? "Was sagst du?" seems like a very unnatural sentence to me, and "Was meinst du?" corresponds both English translations of "Vad säger du?", "What do you say?" (as in asking someone's opinion) and "What are you saying?" (as in expressing confusion/suspicion about something someone said). Is that the actual Swedish-German translation and if yes, does "säger" always mean "meinen" or is this just a special case? Tack!
How do I say like "what are you talking about " if I give a try " Vad pratar du om?" Is this sentence correct and another sentence like how do say in Swedish when you want to figure out what someone is talking about and you didn't get like in English "what are you trying to say" someone help me with these two sentences
Duo accepted "What say you?" but I believe that question means something different from "What are you saying?" My understanding about the first is that it solicits an opinion about something, like "I think the Mets are going to win this season, what say you?" Also, in the 'vad säger du' sense, would this be like "What do you mean?" in Americanish?