2 timmar på att handla mat, 30 minuter för din kropp

09:48 Jul 2, 2015
English to Swedish translations [Non-PRO]
Marketing - Advertising / Public Relations / Clarification on a term
English term or phrase: 2 timmar på att handla mat, 30 minuter för din kropp
As I am not a native Swedish speaker, I am trying to understand which is better and WHY???. Or are they just the same way of putting this message across? In this context, is på wrong?


2 timmar på att handla mat, 30 minuter för din kropp

or

2 timmar för att handla mat, 30 minuter för din kropp

The English source is: 2-hours for the food shop, 30 minutes for your body
GDLS
United Kingdom
Local time: 14:23


Summary of answers provided
32 timmar för att handla mat, 30 minuter för din kropp
Lena Samuelsson


  

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2 hrs   confidence: Answerer confidence 3/5Answerer confidence 3/5
2 timmar för att handla mat, 30 minuter för din kropp


Explanation:
"2 timmar för att handla mat, 30 minuter för din kropp", but it dpends on the text context.

"Jag spenderar 2 timmar på att handla mat, 30 minuter på min kropp"".

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Note added at 2 dagar8 timmar (2015-07-04 18:28:25 GMT)
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To give a right answer one have to see the whole advert. Neither of the sentences can actually stay like they do now. They don't make any sense as single sentences.

Lena Samuelsson
Sweden
Local time: 15:23
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Asker: Hi thank you for your feedback however my question isn't really answered. Which is better and WHY???. Or are they just the same way of putting this message across? In this context, is på wrong? This is the headlien for an advert to go to the gym.

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