the difference between "si" and "sier" is that "sier" is continuous?
"sier" is the present tense, while "(å) si" is the infinitive.
There is no dedicated present continuous tense in Norwegian, only a single present tense which covers both the English simple present and the English present continuous.
got it! Takk!
Hva ser han sounds the same
So how would you say "what are you saying" in the correct way?
Either "Hva sier du?" (singular "you") or "Hva sier dere?" (plural "you").