She never does...
This is a bit confusing. "i tide" is in time, meaning before it was too late? How do you say "she came on time" as in exactly at the appointed hour? And is there a logic to it being "i tid_e_" instead of "i tid" ?
"Hun kom (akkurat) på tida"
'tide' is the dative form of 'tid', like 'opp' vs 'oppe'. Dative forms are uncommon, as they are remnants of old Norse.
Is there any grammatical rule for using this ''e'' (like the rule for hit-her, dit-der ut-ute...)?
"She came on time" could be translated to: "Hun kom presis". "Be there on time!" could be translated to: "Kom presis".
That "hun" is well-hidden in the recording.
Why if I click on "kom" it suggests "come" instead of "came"? It also suggest the form with did, but it seems misleading