Swedish: tid vs dags

Discussion in 'Nordic Languages' started by normordm, Jun 15, 2018.

  1. normordm

    normordm Senior Member

    Arabic - Sudanese
    I saw the sentence "Vet du vad, det är dags att gå och äta middag." and was wondering if one could use tid instead of dags in it to mean time. Also, what's the difference?
  2. Segorian Senior Member

    Icelandic & Swedish
    Both are correct, and there is no difference. However, the version with dags is vastly more common (nowadays; I believe this may not have been true pre-1950 or so).

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