There is inflection among personal pronouns, which you'll discover in later lessons. The object form of "han" is "ham" (also "han," but that's unimportant). People are very rarely had by anything, thank goodness. Context alone tells you that he has something and not the other way around.
I see this confused other people too in the comments, because only 3 languages in the world use 'to do' on it's own at certain times and in certain forms...(do, does, doesn't, does not, did not, didn't, to do). Clearly, Norwegian is more like most of the worlds languages languages, rather saying 'have' or 'has'...''have you a bike?'' vs. ''do you have a bike?''.
I do not understand my mistake. [URL=http://piccy.info/view3/11489020/c096c06be713908f2fc34115ffd75ae9/orig/][IMG]http://i.piccy.info/i9/cd660dfac6ffb0bb881012f856fada13/1503124679/16367/1172449/Hva_har_han_800.jpg[/IMG][/URL] Explain it me, please!
Thank you for your explain, but I think that expressions "What is ..." and "What's ..." are one and the same. I am understand the Norwegian constraction, but I do not understand wrong my English translation. Pay attention to the screenshot, please. [IMG]http://i.piccy.info/i9/cd660dfac6ffb0bb881012f856fada13/1503124679/16367/1172449/Hva_har_han_800.jpg[/IMG]