Probably not. It is rare to see a bear in Norway. That is most likely how the guy got himself eaten. A little too curious... never seen a bear out in the wild.
She sounds way too calm about that. Did she lure the bear over? Maybe coat his pockets in honey?
That feels when your first thought is like "bear likes ham , ohh thats ok" and then you realise that the bear likes to eat a human......
This sentence is so harmless when you read "ham" as an english word, but gets horrible once you realize "ham" is norwegian. :O
Ah! This is about The Revenant with Di! just seen yesterday 10/10. Det er bra! Bjornen spiser ham (spiser Di)...
This sounds like it should be an exclamation point worthy sort of sentence...she is way too chill about that
The tips and notes section says that han is an alternative form of ham. Should 'bjørnen spiser han' also be accepted?
yes it should be accepted, cuz I'm a norwegian and i typed the same thing (i am learning the language for the lingots)
The plural ends in '-er' and the definite ends in '-en'. The definite plural ends in '-ene'.
I thought it should be "ham" but both the normal and slow audio sounded distinctly like there was an "n" and not an "m" on the end of the word, so I put "han" even though it didn't seem right. Oops! Does it sound like that to anyone else or was I just not hearing it right?
Apparently that's pretty common the country's vasts forests. By the way, I never liked him, too. He simply had it coming...
This made me laugh way too much. How friggin grim for a language lesson? HAHA!