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help with a bit of swedish can anyone please help with the translation of "hall av tal" - is it close to "the way of numbers" or not...
Mar 6, 2018 1:36 PM
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I think you mean Hålla tal. Which means: make a speech?

May 12, 2018

Hi Elena,

I am not entirely sure what it is supposed to mean either. The expression in itself, hall av tal, is grammatically possible, but it sounds very abstract and is not easy to understand. Hall can mean "hallway", and tal can mean "speech", "speach" or "number" as in "the number 20", or "sum" as in "work out a sum".

Can you please give a little bit more context? If you found it in a text, can you please give us the whole sentence, or even some lines before and after this expression?

April 14, 2018
I'm not quite certain what it should translate as. The three words are all Swedish, but put together, they don't produce a grammatically coherent sentence. "Håll", as Itzak pointed out, can mean "way" or "direction", but is also the verb "hålla" ("hold") in the imperative. "Av" can be translated as "of" or "off" and "tal" can be translated as "speech" or "number" . Are you certain that it's not "hålla tal"? That would translate to "giving a speech".
March 9, 2018
Yes, is the special character a. I have used few sites to get a better understanding of this phrase, but i am still not sure of the exact meaning. One difficulty is from having "number" in about 4 forms in Swedish. Then "hall", is this seen as verb or noun here?
March 6, 2018

Hall av tal i think  I could  translated as "Aditorium"

but if the word hAll in the vowel A has as a small O up , it means : part, way, direction ...I hope than that helps you a little bit ...I am trying to learn this language, too.

Greetings

March 6, 2018
elena
Language Skills
English, French, Romanian, Swedish
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Swedish