I would use "en kasse" for a larger box made of a sturdy material, and "en eske" for boxes made of cardboard or similar. There is some overlap, and likely dialectical differences as well.
Takk, Deliciae! Disse opplysninger er veldig interessant og også viktig(for meg minst). : )
"'en eske' for boxes made of cardboard" - that's funny, because "eske" derived from "ask" (ash tree)
Are there synonyms for 'flere'? Specifically those meaning 'more'. Swedes use 'mera'. They also use 'flera' for 'several', but I'm not sure if it also means 'more'.
"Flere" is used with countable nouns, while "mer" is for uncountable nouns.
So they're synonyms in that they both can mean "more", but not interchangeable grammatically.
Ohhh.. Dette her var virkelig veldig interessant! Jeg forventet det ikke. : ) Så.. tusen takk, Delciae!
If flere is used for counatable nouns then surely 'numerous' should be accepted?