Why there is no 'en' before vann it's because water is uncountable?
Why do you not place den before Gutten in this sentence?
"Den gutten" means "this/that boy". If you want to say "the boy", the "the" (definite marker) is at the end of the word: "-en" in "gutten".
I'm not getting this grammar yet, not sure when to use spise/spiser!
"(å) spise" is the infinitive, and "spiser" is the present tense.
The Norwegian present tense covers both the English simple present and the present continuous.
Thank you : )
so the infinitive verbs are spise, drikke, skrive, lese, snakke...?
just by removing the last r you form an infinitive verb?
Almost. It would be more correct to say that you add an -r to make it present tense. The infinitive is made by adding the article "å" in front of the root of the word: å spise, å drikke, å lese, å skrive, å snakke...
Good to know! Thanks! :)