Knowing German, I got this correct on the first try, because "Ich möchte gern" is "I would like"
'gerne' is kind of to represent she really wants it, or it makes the statement more polite. Both 'pigen vil have en kat' and 'pigen vil gerne have en kat' are correct, however the later just sounds nicer and it makes you seem more nice and polite
So it's like if I told my mom "I would like to have a cat" as opposed to "Mom, I will get a cat"
You could say it like that, I think. Not 100% sure though since I'm not a native english speaker
I think so. why? ^^ Because I've "hardly" learnt that before with German language, they also have the same word and similar grammar uses! (Notice how they both are related in origin, geography and history)
No it isn't. Think of it as doing whatever verb "with pleasure" so e.g. i like jam would be i eat jam with pleasure
This is more like" the girl would like to have" ie more polite than "wants to have"
I don't believe it does. This is the first time I've seen it (in the infinitive) in this course, and it's pronounced unremarkably with an open a.
If the use of "gerne" is the same as in German, then should "The girl would really like a cat" not also be correct?
Could this just be, "Pigen gerne en kat", or are the hover menus wrong again?
Why is the "e" or the "er" silent most of the time at the end of a word in speaking Dansk but very strong and clear as with "have" in this sentence? Is there any rule or is it just word by word learning?