jeg har en katt. :) I love my cat. (they haven't taught me "my" yet.)
Jeg elsker katten min purrrr
Jeg....uh....dont understand :v
I love the way she says "katt".
xD jeg har en katt :DDD
She pronounces it as if there was a question mark at the end.
I believe that in Norwegian, or at least eastern Norwegian, they tend to go up in pitch as the sentence progresses with a pause resetting it. Whenever a pitch goes up, the baseline for future pitches gets pushed upwards, until the end of the phrase
If you watch the TV series "Norsemen" they do this whilst speaking English too, it's quite good to watch it and mimic what they say just to practice a Scandinavian accent. Plus it's pretty funny
... Or nearby glasses shatter...
I love the way the pitch gets higher towards the end of the sentence.
I love this
Jeg har en katt
Han er en glad katt
gimme that cat or die
Why she have a cat is incorrect?
This is how the verb to have is conjugated in English
How do we know if it is have or has in sentence?
I think in Norwegian they're the same, so it'd be jeg har and det har