Could someone please explain to me when "I" is used instead of "Du"?
I is for plural like 'you guys' and du is singular
Would you also use "til" when for example a post man was asking "do you have a package for me (that I have to deliver)?" Or is "til" only meant as the one receiving the package?
How about "have you got"?
I Have a pack! You want it? ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
Can't I translate "en pakke" as both "a pack" and "a package"?