When I was a very small child I thought it would be a good idea to put the raisins in my nose instead of my mouth. I had to be taken to the doctor.
You can pick your friends and you can pick your nose. But you can't pick your friend's nose!
Dont tell me what i can and cannot do
There's a bat in the cave.
Why don't you use "nesen min" to refer to "my nose"?
You don't have to use possessives when it comes to body parts, you pretty much just infer from the context whose nose is being referred to (check out the 'Tips' section for this module - it explains it well).
There's gold in there.
Does audio on 'Jeg' sound weird to anyone? To me it just sounds like the English 'I'
Is this meant to be something said in extreme cold? It's exactly what I asked myself in -40 degree weather ...
Ja, hår. Bokstavelig!
Is it just me or would this make more sense (in English) if you asked: ",,, something ON my nose?" Unless you are too young to use Duolingo, you know if you have something IN your nose.