why do norwegians insist on eating condiments
We've yet to find any better use for them.
Does anyone else have glitching audio? Mine is pronouncing 'hvem' (hVem) as 'HT-vem'.
Yes, the audio is flawed for this sentence.
I love how Norwegian and other similar languages all sound sing-song like LOL It's beautiful.
agreed. the nordic languages sound like a song to me
Just wondering whether or not the articles are necessary here. I'm more likely to say "who's eating sugar" than "the sugar"
In this particular sentence, yes, they're required. Here's the reason:
Hvem spiser saltet og sukkeret? = Who is eating the salt and the sugar?
Hvem spiser salt og sukker? = Who eats salt and sugar?
It sounds like she swallowed the salt and sugar before asking.
do you guys also hear someone saying "fu" at the beginning?
"who does eat..." is wrong. why?
How do you pronounce "hvem?" Is it like a breathy 'h' like in "hi," then "vem?"
No. Just pronounce "ven".
Why does the balloon say 16 comments but there is in fact only one?
Why is the sugar and salt missing? Who is eating it?
Why isn't it "Who eats..."
Sorry I'm from Germany
Both should be possible. Norwegian doesn't distinguish between present progressive and simple present tense, as English does.
Am I the only one who hears a guy at the start of the audio?
Am I the only one who hears a man at the start of the audio?