Bjørnen sover, bjørnen sover
I sitt lune hi.
Den er ikke farlig, bare man går varlig
Men man kan jo, men man kan jo
Aldri være trygg.
We have a very similar kid's song to this, in Poland as well: "Stary niedźwiedź mocno śpi"
The silent "g"s always throw me off. Any tips on which words have them or do I just have to memorize?
A whole lot of those words (silent g) end in -lig... and when you hear it, it sounds like the English -ly ending, e.g., carefully. Also, there are words (silent g) that end in -ig (e.g., modig, which means brave or courageous). Those ones sound like English words that end in -y, such as messy or rainy.
I hope this helps. :0)
Not in Norwegian. Adjectives that end in "-ig" don't take the "-t" neuter ending.