Can anyone explain the use of ei, et, en, enää?
Ei is a verb expressing negation. So en = I do not, et = you (sing.) do not, etc.
Enää means anymore.
Thank you. But when do you use ei or et? So far we've seen them with nous only" ei jenta, et gjerd, but with a verb?
"ei" and "et" in "ei jenta" and "et gjerd" are articles, Norwegian articles for Norwegian words to be exact. This is the Finnish course. I'm sending you virtual coffee and pulla (and some lingots). I hope they'll make you feel better. :)