What is the difference between "gammel" and "gamle"? I nearly always get caught on this one.
Gamle is the e-form of gammel. So it would be "En gammel mand" but "Den gamle mand" or "Mændene er gamle"
Why is it not called "ville" instead of "vil", otherwise the sentence would be quite hard to understand. Maybe you should use "would" instead of "will".
I am danish. And that is also what will say.
It would be "ville" in stead of "vil" because "ville" is he he would have. And "vil" is going to be.
I got it right but why is 'kommer til at' not used in this construction?