@erorikoka24 Okay, btw this was a sentence that someone else had written and we had to find the mistakes that are about "bestämd/obestämd form". So I don't know if I can remove allra or not :P And I don't know when to use de elever or de eleverna with som because we have a book that says there are special cases when it's okay and when it's not but I don't understand it😂
In the example of this book normally it would be den människan right? But I understood here it is den människa because of the som sentence. But there are also cases where you could say den människan som... right? So I don't know when to use which form with the som sentence
I’m not a Swedish teacher but as far as I’m concerned you can use both “de eleverna” and “de elever”, it’s just a matter of formality.
But I saw you had “de öde” as an example from the book. If you had said “de öden” instead, you’re talking about multiple ”öden”(destinies), whilst “de öde” means one destiny multiple people are displayed to. (I think)
As I said I’m not a Swedish teacher so it’s probably better if you ask your teacher about it. But that’s what I would say, but I’m not entirely sure it’s correct.
@EmmaSka Good to know you can use both, there was actually a text about that online that I found too, I was just thinking if there were some strict rules about it but I will ask my teacher tomorrow :P Thanks for explaining anyway!