Someone get the neurotriptyline!
They each have one grave, shouldn't they be coming out of their graveno s? And I think it would sound better if they came out of their grave instead...
Actually, whereas we usually use the singular in Spanish and Portuguese, we often use the collective plural in English. English was designed to be.. a little weird I think.
Why isn't it "sine grave"?
There are many zombies. sin/sit/sine is only for the singular, not plural.
Why can't it be coming out from their graves
Because it says "op", not "ud".
Danish is tbe best language course in the universe. Period.
Is this also H.C. Andersen?