Why do we have so many sentences reinforcing the terrible idea of feeding bread to ducks? It is bad for them.
What is the slash in /£nderne called in danish? And the name of the £ letter?
I think you mean the Æ (A capital A and a capital E squished together), it's name is simply just æ (pronounced: [ˈεˀ]) and the whole thing is regarded as a single letter (the 27th in the Danish alphabet, with Ø and Å being the 28th and 29th respectively)
Actually, it's all just one letter, which is a mixture of A and E, and makes a sound similar to the English ae, like in "Bae". There's also two others, Ø and Å, which you can look up.
i typed "the ducks are eating the girls bread" "You have an extra space." said Doulingo "The ducks are eating a girl s bread. " with a wink "that extra space in the box that you can't change was your fault" Duo whispered in my ear, and that is the answer to life apparently
"We will take revenge for starving our friend,after tou kidnapped him and claimed him as your own"
"the girl's" can mean that the girl owns the object or "the girl is". Seeing as "The ducks eat the girl is bread" doesn't make sense, then it must be the genitive-s.
If you put the apostrophe after the s it would mean that multiple girls own the object.
If I meet a woman on the street saying this to me, I wouldn't know catch what she's talking about _