Is this referring to degree of certainty, demeanor, or both?
If i wanted to know if you were sure i would ask "er du sikker". The only exception i can think of where we use "positiv" to describe certainty are scientific tests, "testen var positiv".
Only demeanor I think.
opposite of negative.
Duo sounds insecure or sad on this one when you listen to it :C
I dont fully understand what makes this "e" rather than not either. Someone explain please?
'de' is they, which is plural. So we need the plural form. I'm still having problems remembering de is they!
how would one say 'Is it positive?' Er det positive?'
Er det positiv. (no e)
Er det positivt
Correct me if im wrong, im juat trying to clarify this for myself. But, positive is for plural, positive is singular? What would i use positivgt(sp?) for?
Not a native Danish speaker, but I am pretty sure positiv should use with common nouns, positivt with neuter, and positive for plural.
"Are they sure" should be accepted.
Here's what you want the answer to be:
Coronavirus? HELL NO.