I dont really understand why would you say "ikke" at the end of the sentence.
If it was " the wolf is not eating an apple" it'd be "ulven spiser ikke et eple", and not "ulven spiser et eple ikke", right ?
What's the difference ?
I understand that when the object is a pronoun you have the option of placing it between the verb and the adverb. but I haven't seen an answer as to what is usually preferred or used? I would assume, in casual conversation, it's more widely used as right after the verb?