The anticipated sequel to The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
Looks like a title of a book or something :^)
This might be an odd question, but does Norwegian do the Oxford comma? Could you write teen, vannet, sukkeret, og sitronen?
No, you can not have a comma before the "og" in a list.
How would you know if a word with the word THE will add the letters en or et on the end of the word?
It depends on the grammatical gender of the noun, which you'll have to memorise:
When life gives you lemons, make lemonade.
Or lemon iced tea, with these ingredients. A little help from the Norwegian weather, and you won't even need ice. ;-)
Is "sitronen" both for the lemon and the lime, or just the lemon?
Just the lemon.
"The lime" would be "limen", though curiously "en lime" is not listed in the dictionary.