This is a very ominous sounding sentence...finds pillow to hide under
Alas, had there been pillows in Moria
Drums... Drums in the deep... They are coming!
Does 'kommer' also have a secondary meaning in Swedish? (like in orgasm? Just trying to foresee any linguistic traps here)
Yepp, I think it is used in a similar way as in the English language (and German?)
it looks like they say "dom kommer"
They do. De and dem are both said as were they written dom.
this is peculiar :P thanks
Why is de pronounced dom even when saying it slowly?
Doesn't "kommer" mean will?
Kommer att also means ’will, going to’ and is used to create the future tense. Compare to English ’go’ which both means ’to go somewhere’ and ’going to’ which creates the future (’I am going to do that.’)
The word on its own means ’to come’ however.
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