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Jeg har et spørsmål om 'til å' og mer

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  1. Jeg leste denne setningen "Mike fikk meg til å si opp min egen jobb" Hvorfor er 'til' brukes i denne setningen?

  2. "den gutten" = that boy while "Gutten" = the boy? "de pengene"?

  3. "Vi er nødt" Jeg vet at det betyr "we need" men hva er bokstavelig oversettelsen, "We are needed". Jeg vet at det betyr noe forskelig i engelsk men samme type struktur som "Vi er vant"?

  4. Hva er forskjellen mellom "Det hadde vært kult" og "Det ville vært kult" ?

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2 years ago

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turidbrox
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3: Jeg tror du spør "Hvordan kan jeg oversette 'We are needed'?" Det heter "Vi trengs". "Trengs" er en form av verbet "å trenge" (to need). Det er kanskje like vanlig å si "De trenger oss", men det er en litt annen struktur.

Hvis du mener "Hva betyr 'Vi er nødt'", så betyr det "We have to", "We must". The literal translation would be something like "We are having to", not "We are needed". The expression is really "nødt til" - "Vi er nødt til å gå."

2 years ago

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  1. I don't really know how to explain this one, so any additional explanation would be nice. "Til" here is a part of the verb "å få til", which means to accomplish, make something work etc. It's in past tense in that sentence.

  2. Den/det always require the definite form.

  3. Yes. This is sort of a frozen expression.

  4. Speaking of past events vs. speaking of future events. You can use these interchangably if you like, most Norwegians wouldn't notice ;)

2 years ago

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In addition to #1: this will often translate as "that/those" and not as a definite article in this case.

As for 3, it's a conditional here: It had been cool vs It would be cool.

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Windrammer
Windrammer
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Duolingo messed up my listing. Sorry.

2 Yiss.

4 Yes, but they point to past or future events depending on the auxiliary verbs.

2 years ago