Anonymous asked: is it a thing in Swedish to abbreviate 'mycket' to 'mkt'? Perhaps it's kind of like the way some people abbreviate 'very' to just 'v.'
Yeah I think with the internet age, pretty much every language has some sort of abbreviations to shorten common words. It’s kinda like saying “thx” in English :)
Anonymous asked: I just came across your blog and I like it a lot. As I read I saw the translation of the word "cupcake". In Sweden we call them cupcake because we don't have our own word for it. Haha. Cupcake is a pretty new phenomenon in Sweden. I have never heard or used the word "koppkaka". If you would order "en koppkaka", they would probably stare at you and wonder what kind of cake/cookie it is. If you have cupcake without the frosting we would call it "muffins" or "en muffins".:) Keep up the good work!:D
I’m not gonna lie, I think I made that only because that picture was so pretty and I wanted to use it lol. But thank you though, I do realize that now. A lot of people said the same thing :))
Glad alla hjärtans dag!
Anonymous asked: What are some emotions in Swedish? Like happy, sad, angry, confused, etc.
Some emotions (känslor) I can think of at the top of my head…
Tack så mycket! Ni är underbara :D
It looks like we hit the 1000th follower mark today. Thank you so much, guys! I started this blog a year ago (Jan 29), so it really feels like a full circle now :)
Anonymous asked: Swedish sounds happier than Danish, in my opinion.
I think so too, though they don’t really sound the same :)