Have a nice day!
Two students are meeting in a university cafeteria in Sweden.
How is it?English: My name is Peter and your name is Sven.Shaking hands is the most common way of greeting a stranger in Sweden.God dag "good day" has a formal tone to it, but is very seldom used in everyday life, and is mostly seen in formal speeches and likewise.Though more common among younger people, they are often used by considerably older speakers to establish familiarity or intimacy with the listener.




Where are you from?In the evening god kväll "good evening" can be used, but like god dag it's quite uncommon beste prostituierte either with strangers or friends, but is entirely appropriate for a TV host to say in the introduction of a show.K is an exception to this rule, as you write "CK" when you want to hint for a short vowel.Sven: Jag kommer från Sverige.What's your name?How are you?Even very old people expect to be addressed as du "you" and only occasionally is, ni "you (plural used by sales clerks bordell jobs to address customers.Compare for example the A in "haha" with the A in "heart the former being short and the latter being long.Förlåt, vad heter du igen?
To defer long or short vowels in written language, the consonants is repeated immediately after the vowel to hint for a short vowel, and only one to hint for a long.


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