In several other Duo courses, there's a man who does. So we decided ours wouldn't.
my mom taught me that if it's with a cat, than it's okay to drink oil.
Totally normal, I assume I'll see all you guys at Ireland's annual oil drinking with a cat festival 2016. Looking forward to it! ;)
You'd think that in the Irish course, they'd talk more about drinking öl than oil. =)
could it be referring to the infamous cod oil? my mom remembers being forced to drink it after every meal :(
It's not as uncommon as you may think. Some singers do, to help their voice, some people do for health reasons and then there's some of the people who live here, who drink a shot of pumpkin seed oil before partying, so they will be able to drink more without getting drunk too fast and those that drink it because it's supposed to work as a aphrodisiac and help with stamina.
In south Europe there are people who taste wine and people who taste oil. It is their job. Sometimes i have done too; just a bit but only if it is good quality one which you can find for istance in Greece, Spain, Italy
I put olive oil into my protine shakes, you cant taste it at all but it will still help bring your calories up.
Me too, I like the taste of sunflower oil Jk I did it just once for a dare. But I did like it.
This sounded absurd at first. Then I realized that, due to the very short late Fall days, I have started to drink fish oil. He should definitely drink oil!
Dat sentence doe..
I remember my dad telling me stories of when he was a kid. He had to drink Castrol oil every month..
Nope.. He said it was a regular treatment that him and his siblings had to do.. I do think you were right about him taking it as a laxative though..
Is olja used just to refer to edible oil or also in the english sense (like for petrol, gas and energetical stuff)?
To negate a verb, like you use not in English. dricker inte = does not drink
To negate nouns, you use ingen/inget/inga, like you use no in English. ingen olja = no oil
- ingen for singular en-words
- inget for singular ett-words
- inga for plurals
The s ends up on does instead, compare:
I drink – I do not drink
He drinks – He does not drink
is this the correct pronounciation? All the words sound extremely blended together.
I agree that it's tricky, because I only hear 3 syllables like "intolja" while my ear expected 4.
This sample pronunciation seems to do the same and more; I can only hope it's an extreme example :).