Why can't you use "ved" instead of "kender"?
On another discussion someone explained that 'ved' refers to semantic knowledge "I know all the answers for this test." While 'kender' refers to more familial knowledge "I know him well."
ved is the objective 'know'
kender is the subjective/relative 'know'
Is it needed to use "dem" both times?
Couldn't one say: "Jeg kender og støtter dem"?
Why is this question in the colours lesson? Is this a mistake?
nej, for mig, its in the present lesson, which is NEXT to the colors lesson.
What happened with "underholder"??