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 ?
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".
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."
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!
Exchange students, where you at?
Baking soda I got baking soda!
ingenting sounds like anything
Ingen means no, ting means thing. Ingenting means nothing.
Nothing sir I swear! Totally no dr...
And will then proceed in setting a table, whit more food then the company can actually eat.