I wonder if i ever run into a situation where i need to use this sentence... :D
It's frequently uttered at sleepwalking conventions.
No, but i probably should be
"Dere" or "Du" confuses me :'(
"Dere" is the plural "you", while "du" is the singular "you".
How does the sentence change if we put the You in singular?
Is it the same Du sover
Yes, the verb stays the same.
This is a dream. Wake up.
Well, I WAS until you woke me up to tell me I was sleeping
For Norsk sleepwalkers and dream mutterers I presume? Or more along the lines of "You are sleepin" and points to somewhere i.e. bed etc...? lol
Dere = they... (isn't it???)
Dere is the plural form of you. Du is the singular form of you.
De is they. Hope this is helpful!