is "the" already attached to mannen?
Man = mann
The man = mannen
ohhh. You make it make sense.
Why is this sentence is the education section?
It's a bug.
Will the - er ending for these two verbs stay the same across all pronoun tenses (ie, I, you, he/she, they, we ?).
I'm struggling a bit since in French the - er indicates an infinitive.
Yes, in norwegian there is no difference between the tenses of I, you, he/she/it, we, they. All regular verbs always have the er-ending in present tense.
I can't type the oe (O with a line through it) yet I'm being corrected on it.
So, et eple, en Mann,... Wtf?
I'm very new at learning this language but I read that there are feminine, masculine, and nuetral words.
"Et" is for nuetral
"En" is for masculine
Someone correct me if I'm wrong or/and add more detail.