"Skuespillerenssjefarbeiderietteater."

Translation:The actor's boss works in a theater.

3 years ago

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When do I use "arbeide i" and when "arbeide på"? This is the first sentence in which I see "arbeide i".

6 months ago

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Is arbeider interchangeable with jobber here? It seemed as though when you want to say someone is working somewhere you'd say "jobber" and when referencing work itself you'd say "arbeider"...

3 years ago

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'jobber' and 'arbeider' are almost always interchangeable, but 'jobber' is more common. 'arbeider' sounds somewhat more formal.

3 years ago

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The boss of the actors is working in the theater

2 years ago

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"Skuespillerens" is singular.

11 months ago

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Umm, I used "actress" instead of "actor" and got it ok. Is that a bug?

8 months ago

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No, that's correct.

You can use "skuespiller" for either gender, but "skuespillerinne" is strictly for women.

8 months ago

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Perhaps gazing at the screen too long, but should the article not be moved to the actual actor in this sentence: Skuespillers sjefen?

3 months ago
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