What would you like to do?
I don't think there is a word for it so you can either use tetherball or make a new word. Tether = Tjuder (from Tjudra) so Tjuderboll would be a literal translation, it doesn't really sound nice though and noone will have a clue what you're talking about so I'd suggest you use Tetherball and then explain the game.
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Svensk (nationality male) or svenska (language, nationality female)
Do = Göra In context göra means 'to do'. To say the word 'do' by itself but within the context of a sentence you would say 'gör'. Gör det nu. Do it now Jag vill gö…ra det nu. i want to do it now.
There is no separate word for "the" in Swedish. Instead the words are conjugated to mean the same thing. E.g. dog is "hund", and the dog is "Hunden"
Talar du svenska? Or: Pratar du svenska? Or: Snackar du svenska? Or: Kan du prata svenska?
Svenska pojke pronouced: SVENN-skuh POY-kuh
"Är du svensk?"
Swedish meatballs = svenska köttbullar
"This is for you" is "Det här är för dig" in Swedish.
Jag lär mig svenska.
Är du i Sverige?
Depends on the context. Generally it's 'från', but sometimes 'av'. Jag kommer från Amerika. - I come from America. Hon tog det av honom. - She took it from him.
Vem är det? / Vem där? Depending on situation.
It is Hur är min svenska