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Is it ved necessary?
I have the same question.
According to http://daen.dict.cc/?s=r%C3%B8re either with our without 'ved' the meaning is the same.
Thank you! Du har et dejligt smil :)
That sounds a bit creepy.
and I bet hun kan godt lide to touch him
I keep hearing "han kan godt lide (...) rore ved DEN.
Duo, where is this going?
In the pronunciation, if you listen to the whole sentence, "at" sounds like "oh". If you click the individual word, it sounds like "at". Is there something about the sentence that changes the pronunciation?
From what I understand its pronunciation is very similar to 'og' in modern flowing speech. Don't think you'll struggle to be understood if you pronounce 'at', but just might sound a bit square.
should you be saying that
I cannot see creepy. Girls love guys like that. Learn guys! <3
hvordan går det..... ;)
Do my students see this sentence? I read somewhere that if they were in a class the more adult topics would be deleted.
It could refer to..... the little boy likes to touch the (girl) kitten.
Hopefully your students don't have a dirty mind.
If they are teens, they will have to cover more than this in health class!