Gréat Néws for thé Norwégian Coursé!
We are happy to announce that é has been added as a special character button to the website version of the Norwegian course. This means that words like the following can be typed without the need of a special keyboard or keystrokes:
- én meaning one
- idé meaning idea
- allé meaning avenue
- komité meaning committee
- kafé meaning cafe
Thank you to the wonderful Duolingo developers for making this possible!
~ Det norske laget ~
Remember that the acute accent is often (but not always) optional. You can write "idé" or "ide", "allé" or "alle" and "kafé" or "kafe". In these cases, it's also optional with the plural forms as well: "ideer", "alleer" and "kafeer".
The accent is generally required in proper nouns like "André" or "Linné".
Thank you, I have US-International and I also know how to type those letters using ASCII commands but I thought it would be god if I could get to the letters shown under the text (those that I can click on with the mouse) by using Ctrl+down or something like that. Thanks anyway.