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.