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'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.

2 years ago

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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.

2 years ago

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This discussion might help (see Deliciae's comment):

https://www.duolingo.com/comment/14230032

2 years ago

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Thanks! I haven't really posted on discussions before so I'm surprised that so many people replied so quickly. I appreciate it.

2 years ago

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Bare hyggelig. Jeg liker å hjelpe andre.

2 years ago
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