The answer for me was "Damernes kaffe"??? Never once was the word Damernes nor any variation of it used to refer to women until randomly now.
Ladies coffee.... duoligo seems to throw in curveballs every once in a while if you get too many answers right.
I missed a bunch and still got this. Not because you're good.
Dame = lady, damernes = the ladies'. Usually not used in a casual context except possibly if refering to your girlfriend
I had the same problem! I don't understand.
When were possessives introduced?
Not sure, but the part indicating possessive is just the final s
Kvinde - woman, kvinder- women, kvinderne - the women, kvindernes - the women's
Thanks for the chart! Makes so much more sense!
They are introduced in the 8th skill:
I think genitives ARE possessives!
I thought "damen" was "the lady" and "kvinden" was "the woman". ?