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2007-08-14 16:17:00
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Swedish English contest

Swedish is very easy. At least if you write it with English words. Or?

Well, this is a contest for you who have no idea what Swedish is like. Scandinavians or people with Swedish skills are out of the contests, and German and Dutch speakers have it a little easier.

Well, translate these sentence into proper English and message [Hedda]. If you succeed, you can write: Aj kän Sveditj in your presentation!

Using Google, translators or help is cheating! Does it not! OK, we begins now....

1) I don't feel again you!
(That Swede actually manage the do-thing!)

2) I'll take it up with the steering.

3) It does I!

4) Care around you!

5) There sees one.

6) Be so good!

7) Lucky to!

8) Yes, it is it!

9) I comes to feel me better tomorrow.

10) Comes you to come tomorrow?

Note: Most of these are really easy, but have to be reordered or rewritten to be proper English. But some means something totally different if you translate them word-by-word into Swedish.

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2007-08-14 [Hedda]: 1 is a classic. Almost as nice as these:

"Take off your clothes and follow me into the whip-room!"
"Hi, and welcome to the Swedish Fuck Organization!"

2007-08-15 [kittykittykitty]: *lol* I have nooo idea what those are supposed to mean <img:zabuN-gif.gif> Are they intentionally sounding dirty?

2007-08-15 [Hedda]: No, it's just the way it turns out...

2007-08-24 [FireGypsy]: What on Earth? O_o

2007-11-24 [living doll.]: ...

2007-11-30 [Faith.Hope.Love]: I don't think I'll touch this with a ten foot pole!  <img:mood16-gif.gif> So, what does "Aj kän Sveditj" mean? <img:quesN-gif.gif>

2007-12-01 [Hedda]: It's the Swedish spelling of "I can Swedish", of course <img:zabuN-gif.gif>

2007-12-02 [Faith.Hope.Love]: Ahh! This is why it's always better, I think, to get the 'how tos' & the REAL language from those that speak a language naturally. The internet wasn't even close. I suspected "Sveditj" had something to do with 'Sweden' or 'Swedish', but everywhere I looked, I was told this word couldn't be found. Instead, I found, "Svenska" to mean "Swedish". <img:zabuN-gif.gif>

2007-12-03 [Hedda]: "svenska" (It's spelled with non-capital S) means "Swedish" or "Swedish female". But "Swedish" in Swedish is "svensk", "svenskt" or "svenska" <img:dand-gif.gif>

And that is what we call "gratisfylla" (free booze). It's when you get dizzy for free. <img:mood36-gif.gif>

2007-12-04 [Faith.Hope.Love]: Ahhh! Neat. <img:sm-gif.gif> Dizzy for free, eh? <img:drunk.gif><img:dand-gif.gif>

2007-12-09 [Fool on the hill]: OH MY GOD!!fACES!!!

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