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He is tall. (Hon) är student. She is a student. än/som + the word compared (Han är längre) än Olle. He is taller than Olle. (Han är lika ung) som hon. He is as young as she is. Pronoun + pronoun det här this min egen my own Time, measurement klockan tre three o’clock (två) koppar kaffe two cups of coffee Numeral + numeral trettioåtta thirty-eight First name + surname Lasse Nilsson Page 16 Stressed/unstressed syllables Of non-compounds with more than one syllable, about two-thirds have stress on the first syllable and one-third on a different syllable.

G. ‘is’, ‘becomes’. 4 It never rained in summer. SUBJECT ADVERB VERB MPT-EXPRESSION (time) Putting the adverb in changes the meaning of the entire sentence. Try taking it out! 5 The football hit him. SUBJECT VERB OBJECT Not all grammatical subjects are people. Not all grammatical objects are things. Both subjects and objects can be pronouns. In (4) the verb has no object; in (5) the verb must have an object. Page 5 Main clauses and sub(ordinate) clauses Main clauses are groups of words (usually containing a minimum of a subject and verb) that may stand on their own as a sentence: 6 She walked.

Sentence type Front Verb (Subject) etc. Statements Straight Hon bor – i Stockholm. SUBJECT She lives in Stockholm. Inverted Nu bor hon i Stockholm. Now she lives in Stockholm. v-questions Inverted Var bor hon? V-WORD Where does she live? Yes/no questions Inverted Bor hon i Stockholm? Does she live in Stockholm? Commands – Skriv – till henne! Write to her! Notes: 1 In statements and v-questions the verb comes second after either a subject or a non-subject. 2 In yes/no questions the verb comes first and is not preceded by a subject or non-subject.

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