That is exactly my problem right now. Thanks, Duo!
"you are correct!"
Could you also say "jeg har ikke noget i køkkenet"?
Yes, or "Jeg har intet i køkkenet".
I have anything in my kitchen ? Sounds weird ?
When we had the sentence "Han har få bøger på sin værelse", we used "på" instead of "i". Why the switch now?
I think "værelse" and "køkken" just have different words that go with them to mean "in," since both "i" and "på" can mean "in."
I think noget=something/anything/some, but I do not understand the difference between intet and ingenting.
I think the latter is more emphatic, along the lines of "nothing at all".
Exchange students, where you at?
Would "jeg har ingenting på i køkkenet" be good to say "I wear nothing in the kitchen" ?
This is a fun one to say out loud!
Baking soda I got baking soda!
ingenting sounds like anything
Ingen means no, ting means thing. Ingenting means nothing.
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