I would like to hear that once in a conversation.
I have:-) It was sort of sweet, he even gave me one of his.
I've heard this so many times. I recently bought a set of ceramic knives; they're very colourful and sharp, so when I'm with friends in the kitchen and they see or use my knives they cannot help but use this sentence. :)
If you were to say 'I like my knives,' would it be 'Jeg liker knivene mine'? I'm a tinsy bit confused on the possessives still. :/
When do you use 'dine, deres, din, etc'?
Would 'Jeg liker dine kniver' still be correct?
why does dine go after knivene?
What if it was: I love your (plural) knives?
"Jeg [liker/elsker] knivene deres."