Is "ud" a part of the verb here or is it part of an adverb? Is "sjov ud" an adverbial phrase that means "in a funny fashion," or is there a verb "udser" which means "seems."
At se ud is the verb which means "look" as in appearance (For example: Hun ser smuk ud (She looks beautiful), Hun ser ud som en fugl (She looks like a bird))
Thanks, Xneb. I had a feeling that might be the situation.
"Hun ser ud som en fugl" lyder lidt underligt, "hun ligner en fugl" ville man sige.
Both possibilities sounds equally correct to me.
Does this mean the fish looks funny like "what a funny fish!!" or a fish with bad eyesight?
i think it's the former