Yess, and also a couple of cheese varieties combined with ashes or charcoal. https://stanstedfarmshop.com/2014/09/17/char-coal-cheese-totally-black-cheese/
PD: For one second It looked as if your avatar were upside down... spooky!
Yeah, I get that a lot for some reason. You almost fooled me there yourself, you know!
I don't think it's exactly the same image that appears on the cover, but it is indeed from the album art for Amnesiac.
"Sorte" is for plural- 'the blackberries are black'="solbærrene er sorte".
"Ost" is common gender or n-word. 'The cheese'="osten".
"a black cheese" is "en sort ost", but if it were a particular black cheese: "the black cheese" does use "sorte" as "den sorte ost".
You are right that ost is a neuter word (t-word), but adjectives that modify neuter words take the t-ending (here being no ending, because of the already present t at the end), and not the e-ending. Se the Tips Notes for more information ;-)
No, "en ost" is a common word. It does not use "et" which means that it is not neuter.
Okay, dont no why i share this with you guys, but i do. Go to youtube and search for Nephew, it is a danish band and they have english and danish songs.
Hey, thanks, I'd never heard of them. I'm enjoying Rejsekammerater now.
The man is so hungry that he didn't eat just some of the cheese, but the whole thing: an entire wheel of cheese or hopefully just an entire ball of cheese. It could be considered a cheese, if you have more than one cheese in the refrigerator. Thank God, he didn't find the Camembert! "The Brie is still here!" We are fine for the party, he didn't even find the other black cheese.
how come it was sorte in one sentence and sort in the other? I think they should show visuals of the colors before we do the sentences
Plural words use "sorte" and so do words with a definite article instead of the indefinite article: "en sort ost", but "den sorte ost" and "sorte oste".
They do now. When you go into a lesson, on your phone, you get the Start icon, another one and an info icon like a light bulb. Click on the light bulb to read info before you try the lesson :-D
and ofc as it's Danish course, I thought maybe it is referring to some kind of the liqourice cheese o.o That would be fun to see that in a store :D
I wrote "the man eats a black cheese" then second guessed myself and wrote "the man eats black cheese" and got it wrong
Would love to try cheese in coffee as in " Midnight Sun" but wondering if a particular variety of cheese is required?
Nej, man, hvis du gør det skal du har satme ondt. Og jo bli' syg for en helt altid. >.o