I don't understand why ice cream is 'is' in this context, and not 'iskrem'
Either works. "Is" is the short version of "iskrem".
Yes, but it's a bit confusing as it is taught as "iskrem" earlier.
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Why do you use dere instead of du in this statement?
'Du' and 'dere' are both 'you', but 'du' is singular, and 'dere' is plural. If you are speaking to multiple listeners, you use 'dere' when you refer to more than one of them.
So like the Americans when saying y'all?
Like...in German, the second-person 'du' and 'ihr'? :o
In Turkish we have different words for singular and plural too.
When forming questions do you always put the verb first?
Except when you've got a question word, like 'hvem', 'hva', or 'hvor'. Sometimes you can also use a statement as a question, if you want to verify something: "Iskremen er kald?".
Its confusing as it taught you that ice cream is "iskrem". I dont understand why the "is" is the correct answer
hmm im seeing "Liker du is" there seems to be a typo coz im pretty sure the "krem" part is gone haha
whoops nevermind i've made a mistake... total embarrassment lol
Is "Liker du is?" just common in your country when you ask for it?
Why use is and not iskrem.
The word for ice cream was not one of my options?? Sugar, pepper, cheese were the only foods I was given.
hvorfor er 'iskrem' ikke rett?