"Igodtbrugeminelaboratoriertiljeresforskning."

Translation:You may use my laboratories for your research.

4 years ago

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Why is it necessary to say "I må godt bruge....", and not just "I må bruge...." ?

4 years ago

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'I må godt bruge' if there previously had been confusion about whether they could use the labs. While "I må bruge" would be more like giving permission early on.

3 years ago

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Thanks, Rasmuscph. :)

3 years ago

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I agree with this too

3 months ago

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There is a slight difference in the sentence with or without "godt" I må, means you Are allowed. where as, I må godt, is more positive like, you Are welcome.

3 months ago
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