Some of these examples have a kind of mafia vibe, I like that
My first impression is "they are bargaining for ham"
Can you also say virker for?
No. Arbejde is work as in job/labour, virke means to work/to function (e.g "it's working" - "det virker"). Virke can also mean "seem" as in "det virker underligt" = "it seems strange/weird"
Men kan du Dannevirke? Undskyld. Jeg elsker historisk.
Whoever wrote these lessons has some pretty sadistic humor
My answer for this task was "They are working for him" and I was told by Duo, that I used the wrong word. Why is the construction with 'to be' + -ing not accepted? Shouldn't it be supposed to be accepted as a correct answer?
Maybe do they go to the white elephants for him