When is it han and when is it ham?
Han = He.
Ham = Him.
They way they talk on the fast speed, it's hard to hear the plurals sometimes, like here.
That's exactly my problem. I wrote hesten rather than hestene :(
Oh oops!!! I confused "viser" with "spiser" HAHAHAHA!!!! You can guess what my sentence was, but I did not even think about how weird it seemed. Considering the OTHER stuff DL comes up with...
So en avis is something that is shown to the people?
"En avis" is a newspaper
But does it come from the same root as in the verb "viser"?
Nope, "avis" comes from the French word "avis".
Got it! Thanks :D
I'm confused about when to use "hestene" and "hesterne".
En hest = a horse / Hesten = the horse
Heste = horses / Hestene = the horses
There's no hesterne.
I see that no-one is bothered about "to him" being an unacceptable answer.