In this video we go on a roadtrip to look for seals. We found so much more.
The first word is en utsiktsplats meaning a lookout, literally outlook place.
The next word is en säl which means a seal. Since it’s en in front, the definite form is sälen.
The third word is ett björnbär which means a blackberry. Björnbär is also the plural form and literally it means bear berry.
Next up is ett majsfält, a corn field, same word in plural.
The next word is en gurka which means a cucumber. The plural form is gurkor.
Then we have the word sparris meaning asparagus.
Next we have en get or technically en bock, goat and buck. The plural forms are getter (notice the extra t) and bockar.
The next one is en solnedgång meaning sunset (literally sun down go).
Then we have svanar which is the plural form of en svan meaning swan.
En skugga meaning a shadow which is skuggor in plural.
The Swedish word to wade is att vada, walking in shallow water.
Harbor in Swedish is en hamn. In plural it’s hamnar.
The last word of the video is en kväll, meaning an evening. The definite form is kvällen.
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