Why is it dere, not du? Takk
I'm sure it's both
Du ist you, one person.
Dere is you, multiple persons.
It's the same in german.
Du / du / you
Ihr / dere / you (multiple)
I thought the T at the end of saltet would be silent...
har vs ha?
å ha is the infinitve = to have. The present tense is formed by adding r = du har = you have. Transpose to form a question = har du?
so if i were telling someone to have a good day, or have the car running i would us ha rather than har.
those sound like imperatives: take a look at the second table at
Har du ha saltet ? ....how this is not incorrect ?