I morgen, i morgen, I love ya, i morgen...
But morgen is morning too?
I would like to know the answer to that too
It's like in Spanish to say tomorrow you say mañana which mean morning. Its like our children won't sing before the morning (which is tomorrow) is it clear?
THE SOUND OF MUSIC
How would one say "our children sing in the morning" then?
I did a little research. The answer should be: "Vores børn synger om morgenen". Note the "en" at the end of "morgenen", which denotes the definite article ("the morning")
Awesome! Thank you.
How would you say child instead of children?