"Entä sinulle" and "Entäs sinulle" "Entäs sinulle?" I didn't get the meaning/function of the extra "s" here. Are there any specific grammar points here? Thank you.
Feb 1, 2016 1:59 PM
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I don't know specific grammar points about "entä" and "entäs", but... In spoken language I would use "entäs". It would make the question more fluent and more easily spoken. I wouldn't use "entäs" when writing. I rarely need to use either of them. "Entä/entäs teille/sinulle?" is some thing that waiter could ask when taking your order. Where have you seen or used "entä/s"?
February 2, 2016
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