This is so confusing because vi is you in esperanto
And it's that way for all the Norse languages.
NO: Vi har et barn.
DA: Vi har et barn.
SV: Vi har ett barn.
IS: Við eigum barn.
And to make it even more confusing, "Ni har ett barn" is Swedish for "Yall have a child."
Vi har et barn- We have a child.
Vi havas infanon - You have child.
This will be fun.
It's why I can't learn Esperanto...
Remembering that English and Norweigan are both Germanic languages, it's pretty obvious (in my mind, anyway) that vi=we.
What is the difference between en and et
Grammatical gender. 'et' is neuter and 'en' is common or masculine.
Is there a difference in the pronunciation of "har" and "er" ?
I can't seem to hear any
Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but I think it's the h--it isn't silent in "har"
Why they use "et" as "a" some times and another times they use "en" as "a"?
Vi sounds like De
Yes it does.. in a slow replay it sounds OK, but in a normal pace I hear De... Why is that?
Oh okay now I get it! I keep getting confused with "Vi" for some reason.
Got this bug where it says that i need to type it in Norwegian even though i typed it correctly in Norwegian.
This is really confusing
I'am sorry for you.
Is finnish not a norse language?
What's the difference between "her" and "har" they are pronounced the same way so how am I supposed to tell which one to type!?