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...
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.
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 see that no-one is bothered about "to him" being an unacceptable answer.