... The app just told me the proper word to use was "sandwichen"—Granted, I took a hiatus for a few months, but did i miss something
Same here... Just failed that one twice
Is it common in other Norwegian words for the ending "det" to be essentially Inaudible or swallowed?
If you have the 'det' ending, you hear a 't' sound, if it's (for example) 'smørbrød', you don't hear a 'd' sound. "Et smørbrø" and "smørbrøt" is roughly what you hear.
Why was "smorbroden" considered correct?
Did you mean 'smoerbroedet/smørbrødet'?
I mean if the correct suffix is "-et", then "-en" is incorrect, right? So it shouldn't mark it as correct. Or are they both correct?
"Brød" is neuter. You can only use the suffix "-et". I get a typo warning if I try to write "Han spiser smørbrøden."
Norwegians does often say "sandwichen" instead of "smørbrødet"