does "kokker" mean "the cook/chef"? whereas "en kokk" means "a cook"?
Kokker is plural, while kokk means a cook/chef and kokken means the cook/chef.
and kokkene means the cooks
Is it skje or skjer
Å skje is the infinitive form of skjer, e.g.,
Det vil skje hver dag. (It will happen every day.)
Det skjer hver dag. (It happens every day.)
Elsker does not mean "like" too?
As far as I know, no. "Elsker" only means "love" (the verb), while "liker" means "like" (also the verb). Hope that helps!
I've always thought the word "cook" to describe a chef is grammatically wrong in english ? Is that a lie?