Is this a common problem in Norway?
We're just thankful they haven't learned to fly yet.
To fly jet?
Today's prices must give them paws.
A relative of the Australian drop-bear, perchance?
Wow! This is equally fascinating and scary!
According to duolingo tips present participles that end with «ende» have a silent «D» Why is svømmende the exception?
I think 'svømmende' isn't pronounced correctly here and it's not the only one: 'deprimerende' also sounds weird.
Forvo.com doesn't have that many Norwegian words, but we're in luck with "svømmende." Have a listen:
(If link doesn't work, just look up the word on the Forvo site)
It isn't luck, I posted a request for this word on Forvo because Duolingo pronunciation didn't seem right and some Norwegian guy pronounced it. ) I encourage other Duolingo students to do so, it's really helpful.
I’m impressed! Thanks!
Løp, løp så fort du kan. Du kan ikke fange meg, jeg er gingerbreadmannen.