I guess the wolf needs something to drink after "ulven spiser meg" a few lessons ago.
jeg elsker alle dyr! bjørner har sykler, sauer spiser bøker, katter flyr opp i treet! ooooogggg ulven drikker et stort glass melk! Naturen er magisk!
Dette er beste setningene noensinne.
the wolf drinks a big glass of milk after he eats red riding hood
Come on - a wolf would use a tankard.
Someone sign this wolf up for a talent show
Is there supposed to be such a high inflection on 'et' in normal everyday speech?
Such a well trained wolf, my cat prefers toilet water
Siden da drikker ulver melk?
would the wolf drinks a large glass of milk also be correct as big and large are synonyms or is there a separate word for large?
Is it true that in Norwegian the UK is called storbritanen? If so does that mean big Britain? And also if so why do you call the uk big Britain it's not a particularly large island.
The United kingdom is also called great Britain
So stor also means great? Therefore stor britanien means great Britain?