What's the difference between uten and unntatt?
uten = without, with no
unntatt = except (for)
"Hun drikker alt unntatt kaffe."
"She drinks everything except coffee."
But: Hun drikker te uten sitron.
Did I get it right?
So uten is different from ikke in this context?
"Uten" means "without." "Ikke" means "not."
What's the difference between mjølk and melk??
Mjølk is Swedish. Melk is Norwegian and Mælk is Danish.
"Mjølk" is also an accepted (if uncommon) form in Bokmål, and the only form in Nynorsk.
And in Swedish it's spelled "Mjölk".
Mjölk is the correct spelling in Swedish. The letter ö is not the same in Norwegian and Swedish :)
In English, we would generally say, 'without x OR y', not 'without x AND y'. It's interesting that it's different in Norwegian.
Yes, but also, if one is considering "milk and sugar" as a singular concept, for example in a culture where most people who put one in their tea will also put the other in, then it works
Is it also "black" "svart" in norwegian?