why is it in Norwegian verb then subject then things? but thats only for questions. im confused.
It's the same in english... "IS he reading the letters ?"... and in your question "why IS it..."... the verb is placed before the subject.
Answered correctly in present tense, but could it not also be past? "Did he read the letters?"
I think that would be "Leste han brevene?" https://www.duolingo.com/skill/nb/Verbs:-Past
The questions in
Hello, "brevene" sounds like "brevena", I have noticed several words like that. Why? Thanks in advance!
I think e' sounds like a' in Norwegian. I'm not sure though.
It doesn't. A Norwegian E doesn't sound like an "ee" like in English. It sounds like "eh".
If you listen more closely, you can hear that she is saying "brevene" with an E (eh) at the end.
Wouldn't 'he reads the letters?' also be an acceptable answer to this question?
'he reads the letters?' is not the standard way of forming questions in English. There has to be a limit to the variations which are accepted.