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As an expat in Sweden although I do speak Swedish , I sometimes find it difficult not to laugh at some of the Swedish words that have the exact same spelling of English words, but mean something extremely different. Amazingly enough, some of these words are so commonly used that you can almost hear or read them many times a day.
First things first. Gift or Yeft interestingly has 2 meanings in Swedish which you can use your imagination to correlate. Bra is one of the most commonly used words. The first time I took my best friend to Ropsten T-Bana as you might know the end of the red-line , he was like, what….? You live close to a slutstation? I actually remembered that story when I was writing the post. I know that it happened to many people including myself :D. The anglo-saxon word is bearn.
It has in some way to do with something that you drink, probably medicine. Nice post. I really enjoy your writing Mina. Guess who I am? Goodluck with your thesis. What a surprise! Thanks for the positive comments! We should have a long talk some time soon. Reblogged this on Neville. This is a small little verse that you learn as a child in sweden or? How about Plopp, the candy from Cloetta? Your list makes me think about two signs placed at the entrance of the Marabou factory, located in central Sundbyberg untill a few years ago.
There used to be a UK site called getfitta. Apparently, getfitta. Puss is also used when we talk about water on the ground, after rain for example. Reblogged this on Blog de chaouki. Came to think about a misstake my boss made at a conference with other CEO:s. In norwegan there are some male names that may seem funny to someone who speaks English. For example Odd and Dick. Unfortunately, I do! This is planned for another post. I have more stories to tell particularly about the name thing.
Does that have anything to do with the Swedish meaning of that word? I mean, then the line world make sence. Ha ha, nice! You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account.