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What's the difference between "tycker om" and the verb "gillar"?

For learning: Swedish
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    Gilla is slightly more casual I suppose. That's all.

    Tycka (bra) om = Think (good) of
    Gilla = Like

    There isn't really any difference between the two verbs. 'Gilla' might be a bit more informal, but otherwise they're interchangeable.

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