'Inn' and 'inne' versus 'i'
I know that 'inn' is an adverb used when a object is just existing and 'inne' is used when there is movement involved. However, I am confused about the difference between inn/inne and 'i'. Is anyone able to explain this? Advice would be very much appreciated.
You've got them mixed up. Inn is for movement and inne is stative. It'd be nice to get clarification on when to use inn i, inne i and innenfor, as well.
Thanks! I haven't really posted on discussions before so I'm surprised that so many people replied so quickly. I appreciate it.