Said the American army
I love that loud sound of liberation in the mornin
Time for a dose of bomb-inoculated democracy
Once you were seafolk, and you sailed upon the sea...
You crossed the roaring ocean with the devil at your heels
Your time has come now, I'll tell you how this will unfold..
Could "landet deres" mean both
your (plural) country
or is their country "landet sitt"
I believe you can only use sitt if you've already referred to the person in the same sentence. But I'm just learning.
It can be also " Your country isn't free" right?
Yes, if "your" is referring to more than one individual :) If you want to say "your" when referring to one individual, then you would say "Landet ditt er ikke fritt"
For a moment I thought i was reading the comment section of a news article
So "fri" means free as in both "costs nothing" and "in liberty", right?
Maybe, also "gratis" means "costs nothing" too
But gratis means free. I could be wrong, they could be interchangeable.
Grats = free of charge
Fri = free (as in freedom or free will)
Not a native, just what I've gathered in my experience!
I keep messing up deres and ditt...your and their!! I think "deres" is "your" because "dere" is "you"!
Is there any way to know when the -et sound is pronounced? For ex. Why does the -et sound in Landet sounds different from the one in Skiftet? Or should I just learn them by heart?
From what I know the way you pronounce -et just depends on the dialect or region you're in, there's no word-for-word learning to do
Which country is actually free?
West Papua. Hong Kong.