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SING. RS. SING. 3RD PERS. SING. ] (it) 1ST PERS. PL. 2ND PKRS. PL. 3RD PKRS. PL. vi (we) ni (you) de (they) OBJECT FORM mig (me) dig (you) er (you) honom (him) henne (her) den (it) det (it) oss (us) er(you) dem (them) Use of Personal Pronouns The second person singular du is used when addressing relatives, close friends or children. T h e second person plural ni is used in the singular when addressing strangers. For polite address, however, the person's full name or title is normally used: Vad önskar fru Svensson?

Those men are friendly. Although the demonstrative forms denna (detta, dessa) and den (det, de) are grammatically correct, the forms using här and där are considered to be more appropriate in conversation. 44 PRONOUNS Other Pronouns There are some other important pronouns in Swedish, some of which are presented here: 1. R PLURAL något (some, something) inget OR intet somligt allt månget vart varje ettdera någotdera några inga somliga alla många COMMON man (one) någon (some, somebody) ingen (no, nobody, none) somlig (some) all (all) mången (many, many a) var (each, every) varje (each, every) endera (either) någondera (some one, either) ingendera (no one, neither) intetdera T h e indefinite pronoun man (one) is used very frequently in Swedish, often when "you" or "people" would be used in the equivalent English construction: Man kan se Stockholms universitet härifrån.

The present tense ending is -r, the supine ending is -II, the past participle ending is -dd and the past tense ending is -dde: INFINITIVE PRESENT PAST SUPINE gro (grow) tro (believe) ror grodde trodde grott trott g tror PAST PART. grodd trodd Some of the more important irregular verbs of the third conjugation are: INFINITIVE PRESENT PAST SUPINE PAST PART. be (ask) dö (die) ber dör bad dog bett dött bedd *Some Swedish verbs do not have past participle forms. 54 VERBS INFINITIVE PRESENT PAST Sl'PINF.

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