OMG THE HOBBIT
Does the sentence have to end with 'ut' or can the preposition be moved before the comparative adjective?
Ut? Why ut, what's that for?
å se = to look/to see (as in observe); å se ut = to appear
Oh ja, det er riktig, takk :)
English used to have it. I've been reading a lot of old books lately. We dropped it somewhere along the way, maybe around the late 1700s.