This is the best Duolingo TTS. I almost couldn't tell it was a computer.
Liv, the woman inside our TTS, would like me to forward to you her gratitude for the compliment.
Is this the same Liv used by Ivona?
Who is Ivona? And what means TTS?
I don't know who/what Ivona is, but TTS is "text to speech".
I am not a woman then.
Note that it says "kvinnene", referring to a specific group of women, rather than "kvinner" referring to women in general.
This comment greatly helps me understand definite and indefinite articles. Funny, simple and easy to remember.
Can we just all group up for the "Not a woman" place?
Sure, it's over there by the urinals.
So when do Norwegians capitalise anything while writing ?
We capitalise the first letter of proper nouns, and of course the first letter of a sentence.
Countries are capitalised, but not languages and nationalities.
Got the rest but what's a proper noun now ?
It's the name of a person, country or organisation.
Thank you very much.
Would special events/holidays be capitalised as well like in English?
No, we don't capitalise holidays. The same goes for regular days and months. Norwegian isn't big on capitalisation overall.
Why is "all of the women... " not counted as a correct answer, if the hint says it can be translated like that?
That's accepted on our end. You may have had a typo or an issue elsewhere in the sentence.
What about 'The women all speak Norwegian'. A common construction in English.