Why does "han" go after "snakker"? Is it like German where the verb normally has to go second?
For those unfamiliar with the meaning of V2:
Main clauses start with the topic. It's whatever you want to stress (in this case maybe). If there is nothing you want to stress in particular, it's the subject. The main verb of the sentence comes second (hence V2).
(In German and Dutch this is normally just a single word even if the predicate consists of several words as in English have been. The remainder of the predicate comes at the end of the sentence, after everything else. But the Scandinavian languages handle this differently.)
V2 is an intermediate stage between the original Germanic word order (very free, but usually the verb came last) and SVO word order, to which all the Germanic languages are moving. English is almost there, but still has some vestiges of V2 (example: "Little did I know...").
One of the inversion rules. If main sentence starts with adverb (måske), then you invert subject and verb. So normal sentence is: Han (S) snakker (V) engelsk. But: Måske (A) snakker (V) han (S) engelsk.
guys i why when i skip the exercise it counts like an error,like when i can't speak with microphone i skip the exercise and it counts like an error?
What the "Skip" button is saying is "I do not know the answer" which is the same as getting it wrong. If you are struggling to get the microphone exercises to work then you can turn them off in Settings.
Does anyone no how to make it so I can hear what it is saying because I can't hear it