I hear hund instead of hunden. Am I wrong?
Hunden sounds a lot like hun'n, almost like the n on the end is drawn out.
i just heard "vem are vn"
I disabled the audio exercises.
They are back and now it sounds like rn'n
Can it be who has a dog?
Who has a dog? = Hvem har en hund?
Since 'hvem' can mean 'who' or 'whom', could this sentence also mean "Whom does the dog have?"
Is the dog's name Chewbacca? Because, seriously, under what other circumstances would a dog have someone? ;)
Hah, I think I can imagine some situations where somebody might say so!
But putting that aside, what about "Hvem elsker brannmannen?" — the ambiguity is more obvious there.
In order to avoid ambiguity in a case like "Hvem elsker brannmannen?", I'd go with, "Hvem er det som elsker brannmannen?" (Who is it that loves the fireman?)
How would you say "Who is it that the fireman loves?" — would it be be "Hvem er det som brannmannen elsker?" or something like that?
(In other words, does 'som' decline? Does the word order in a 'som' clause change to distinguish subject from object?)
You missed a perfect opportunity to say (who let the dogs out)
WHO WHO WHO WHO?