The "er" plural ending is confusing.
It is. For me, "en" sounds like plural and "er" sound like definite.
I typed the man reads the newspaper and it says wrong??? How lol
It is several newspapers
I agree, but perhaps this is a British English thing? I never say more then one newspaper in natural speech. Xx
Papers = aviser
The papers = ?
I'm in doubt. Maybe... avisener ? I'm improvising haha
How do you say then " The man is reading newspapers."?
Same -- I think there is no distinction between the present and the present continuous in the language.
Why does it matter if it is 'a newspaper' or just 'newspaper'... i like a's xD
Does this sentence sound just as awkward in Norsk as it does in English? "The man reads several newspapers". sounds more natural to me.
Its the man
It does not accept newspapers. It suggests journals. Seriously are you kidding?
Why isn't "the man is reading newspapers" good?