why is "Nyhederne siger, at det REGNER hele dagen i morgen." not accepted
I also don't get why det regner isn't accepted. They made such a point of telling us there is no real future tense in Danish, yet when I don't use one of the auxiliaries I often am marked wrong.
Yes - it says "tomorrow" in the sentence so that's why I think "vil" is not necessary
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What is wrong with "skal regne" instead of "vil regne"?
...while the very first hint for it is : ''skal'' and ''vil'' is not even mentioned...
I'm never sure when it's 'dag' 'dagen' or 'dage'.
the hints say: 'skal' , 'gik' and 'går'...!!! so no 'vil' at all... very misleading again, duo
Why hele and not alle, did i miss something?
hel is used for something that can be broken into non-identical parts; al is used for things that cannot be divided. Check out http://basby.dk/modul1/alhel10.htm for more details.