Why is the possessive put in front of the word and not after as with the others?
the possessive usually goes after the word, and as my teacher puts it, putting it before "adds solemnity" to the sentence.
there are different ways of expressing possession in Norwegian. Take a look at the information marked "The Definite Form" and "The Indefinite Form" at https://www.duolingo.com/skill/nb/Possessives
Is 'Det er egget ditt' also possible?
Yes, in fact it's somewhat more common/colloquial.
what is the difference between din--ditt and min--mitt
din, min for grammatically masculine nouns, ditt; mitt for grammanatically neuter ones. Take a look at
tusen takk, griffindd!
The audio is way too fast on normal speed, no way that can be right
i say that to my chicken every day but he doesn't believe me
Hi, what's the difference between translating to 'it', 'this' or 'that' when using det/den?
because the meanings of 'it', 'this' and 'that' are 'det', 'dette' and 'det'/'den', 'denne' and 'den'.
why not "that's your eggs"
Because it's single form, That/s is your "egg".
Did i understand it right? Please correct me friends. Ditt comes before the egg because the sentence trying to say it is YOUR egg not MINE or HERS or HIS...YOURS? Am i right?
could this also work as "det er egg ditt"?