(to learn = å lære) (teacher = lærer) (teachers = lærere)
(the teacher = læreren) (the teachers = lærerene)
Why we do not use THE teachers with definite form ? Is this correct in this case ?
"teachers are . . . ." = all teachers (a general reference)
"the teachers are . . . ." = particular teachers (a specific reference)
Ex. Teachers (in general) are generally underpaid, but the teachers I know (specific ones) are still very dedicated to their jobs.
"Gratitude" is nice, but "the gratitude" you've just shown me was especially meaningful. You're very welcome.