Ingen land for gamle menn
Why is this 'gamle' and not 'gammel'?
Because "menn" is plural.
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Bare hyggelig! :)
Could you tell me which are the conjugations? "Gammel" = singular masculine/feminine, "gamle" = plural, "?" = neuter? Gamelt? Gammel? Gamt?
gammel (m/f, indefinite singular)
gammelt (n, indefinite singular)
gamle (m/f/n, definite singular + all plurals)
Laughs out loud in german x) gammeln = cql. for rotting or chilling
Have i got this straight?
"Menn" is plural, so we add an "-e" to the adjective. "Gammel"+"-e". Why then does this word get contracted to gamle as opposed to gammele? Is there a specific rule? I've noticed some other adjectives also get contracted but I can't think why.
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Laugh of the day: I couldn't remember the spelling, so I tried sounding it out. I ended up with "gimli"! Lmao... He was kinda old, but not for a dwarf...