Why does "Dreng", "Drenge", and "Drengen" all sound EXACTLY the same?
I don't get why that there is a one here
Can we have "paper" as an alternative to "newspaper"?
I will have a look at this. :)
Quite tricky trying to get used to the irregular plural spelling for 'men and 'boys'.
In case anyone is too young or doesn't remember in the old days the news used to come written on paper and then delivered to houses, often by children or teenagers, so that's what a newspaper is.
"He eats" instead of "he is eating" should not be a mistake... :(
It's the same spelling with "drengen" and "drengene"? I hear them both as the same.
they are all reading ONE NEWSPAPER. get MORE. THEY ARE PROBABLY FREE
Can "The boys read a newspaper" be a translation as well?
Yes, læser can mean "read", "are reading", etc. The verb doesn't require modifications to reflect changes in tense.
Is there a difference in pronunciation between "drengene" and "dreng"?
I can't hear it! They all sound the same to me
Try going on Forvo.com and looking up the words pronounced by native speakers. The TTS does not do a good job distinguishing the two.
What do you say if you want to say "boys" instead of "the boys"
What is the difference between the boys read a newspaper and are reading? In the past this was always accepted.
They are accepted as far as I know.
Man... I am having a difficult time hearing the difference in pronunciations of drengen drengene and dregnerne