silent g for fuglen
Silent g or not, that would depend on the dialect of the speaker. Those with a dialect closer to nynorsk would often pronounce the g.
In Norwegian bokmål, the G is silent, yes.
I thought it said "fuglen drikker vin". Vin means wine. I was like "SAY WHAAAT!?!?!?".
Could "The bird drinks water" be another translation? If so, is there any difference? The verb "drikker" would change?
That would work as well. The verb wouldn't change.
Playing "fuglen drikker vann" at normal speed sets off my Google Assistant for some reason, and I cannot figure out why
How would you say "The bird drinks water" in general, as opposed to in the moment?
The same way. There doesn't seem to be a continuous present tense