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Re: Swedish lessons - Svenskalektioner

Post by Ceresz » Tue 24 Apr 2012, 13:16

Sure, I made a mistake. This thread is no longer in use, though. I've been thinking about creating a new set of lessons, but only if I can find the time and if there's someone out there who's interested.
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Re: Swedish lessons - Svenskalektioner

Post by Stammalor » Thu 26 Apr 2012, 16:49

Ceresz wrote:Sure, I made a mistake. This thread is no longer in use, though. I've been thinking about creating a new set of lessons, but only if I can find the time and if there's someone out there who's interested.

Yea, figures, I just got here, am checking out the threads
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Re: Swedish lessons - Svenskalektioner

Post by Prinsessa » Mon 30 Apr 2012, 11:21

Since the amount of Swedes here is so high, maybe we should team up and provide lessons that provide several points of view (and try to impose spellings such as ‹og› and ‹er› >:3)?
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Ceresz wrote:En katt - One cat
Inga katter - No cats

Inga is plural of inte, I believe. At least it's only when the noun is in plural.

Inga is the plural form of ingen/inget, at least that is how I see it. You can also negete the noun without using the pliral

En katt = One cat
Ingen katt = No cat(s)
Inga katter = No cats
Yes, and this is not a question of "how anyone sees it", but the actual fact.
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