Some More Norwegian
Here's some more stuff for Norwegian. Hope it helps any Norwegian learners like me! I liked it.
Did this help any of you?
Note: This is Nyorsk, not Bokmal.
Thank you! Is this nynorsk (or something else — I mean: not bokmål)? I don't seem to recognize very much...
Yes, I was about to comment of the fact that a lot of the expressions do not seem to be in Bokmål.
It's Nynorsk, yes, though a few of the phrases would work in Bokmål as well.
I know many appreciate that you did. :)
Perhaps you could specify that it's Nynorsk in the opening post though? It could be a little confusing to newer Bokmål learners.
As long as we are on the subject, how do you say plural "you" in nynorsk? I figured out the rest: eg, du, hu, han, den/det, me, ??, dei
de (subj. form) + dykk (obj. form)
dokker (subj. + obj. form)
P.S.: "hu" needs to be "ho".
Right, dialects. There are two languages and then there are dialects, wow. Though it is curious it's "hu" both in Trondheim and Stavanger, but I won't spam anymore, thanks again.
That's confusing, though I thought I was seeing sometimes "dei" and sometimes "de" but I assumed it was a typo. Is it always "ho"? Because in lyrics it's "hu", like in "Di mor, hu bobla over for ingenting, Beatrice har bare krutt. Hu har ingen lunte". Thanks a ton!! :)
"Hu" is dialect. In Trondheim, where I live, you'll hear both "ho" and "hu" for "she".