I am an independent black woman who don't need no man
Nynorsk - Eg er ikkje ein mann.
Bokmål - Jeg er ikke en mann.
Why does man have two 'n's sometimes but not others?
"Jeg er ikke en mann" ...seems like Eowyn wrote this.
...But neither am I a boy...
Does anyone know if sentance structure is the same as in english or not?
In this case, yes.
What is ikke
ikke = not
The woman who pronounces it is sooooo unclear
Yet she enunciates the words more clearly than most natives. Your ear just needs some time to get used to the language. :)
How do u pronounce this
Assuming you're an English speaker, it's basically pronounced like "yie are eeka ehn mahn"
Correct IPA pronunciation is /jæɪ̯ æɾ ɪkːə ən mɑn/.
/jæɪ̯ æɾ ɪkːə ən mɑn/
Click here to learn how these symbols should be pronounced.
Dont you love how they teach you stuff you wont ever use? Im gonna meet a norwegian person and say "Jeg er ikke en mann" and there gonna look at me like im crazy and say "ummm i know"
Well, it's true you will probably never use this sentence here, but you're still learning grammatical structures and words which you can use to make your own sentences.
Short form - I'm not a man- doesn't work?!
Kindly teach us only norsk don't give translation
Hello welcome to my nightmare
Iam not a man