Smaker is always nice tasting?
unless it's something like "smaker det vondt?" ("does it taste bad?") then we assume it's nice tasting. Smaker det? is typically what your host will ask you when serving you food, for example.
I think the word is a mixture of the meanings of "Tasty" and "Tasting".
If something is "tasty", then it tastes good.
If something is "tasting bad", then it tastes bad?
That's how I'll remember it.
Why do we need to use godt instead of god
The adverb is always "godt".
smaker det godt ? is Wrong ? why ?
If I have guests I never say: "Smaker det?"
I would say: "Smaker det godt?" or "Liker du det."
Or "Hva syns du? Var det ok?/var det godt?
"Smaker det?" is something you might hear in a restaurant.
What do 'syns' and 'var' mean?
Hva syns (synes) du? = What do you think?
Var = was
Var det godt = was it good.
Jeg er = I am
Jeg var = I was.
Jeg var sulten = I was hungry.
Thank you for that. Maybe I'm missing something obvious, but when 'syns' and when 'synes'? (Do you use the latter when speaking to more than one person?)
If you want to speak Norwegian correctly, you might have to say synes. However, ''syns'' is the way I (and many other people) pronounce it.
''Liker du pasta? '' ''Ja, jeg synes (pronounced syns) det er veldig godt.'' You can't hear the e.
Is there a formal reply to hearing "smaker det" in a restaurant?
It is a nice taste?
Does it taste?
why isn't it smaker det god? is smaker already good tasting?