When do we use a form when the negative is after the subject and before the first part of the verb (kunne)?
It is the word order in a ledsætning / subordinate clause.
Maybe, I am just stupid. But why am I learning this sentence in the skill "Spiritual"?
I think it's because "synd" also means "sin"
Yeah, it does. I just kind of old fashioned to use "synd" in that way, so I didn't really think about it.
Why not "det var en skam..."?