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Tuesday at 06:30 PM
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Did you get it right?

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Monday at 12:36 PM
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Hej Asim,

In Swedish, we use both "sätta upp" (put up), "ställa" (put/stand) and "lägga" (put) - but we use them for different things. "Sätta upp" is usually for putting things on the walls, like a painting or hanging up a lamp. "Ställa" is often used when we put something somewhere in the sense that it's standing. For example "Kan jag ställa soffan här?" (Could I put the sofa here?). And lastly, "lägga" is usually when you put something on for example a table in a way where it's lying down - like a pencil. 😇


Unfortunately, it can sometimes get confusing!


Vicky

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Asim
Thursday at 06:53 PM
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Kan vi använda ställa eller lägga istället av sätta uppe?