shouldn't "where lives your brother?" be correct as well?
Not very idiomatic though.
The English use of do must drive non English speakers crazy.
to be honest, you get used to it after some time
I'm using "board" as in "boarding school" / "full board" as my mnemonic
Not sure if it's been asked before, but is 'gor' used for people and 'lever' for animals ? Or is 'gor' about living somewhere and 'lever' about living or being dead? :p
bo = to dwell, to reside
leva = to be alive
I've definitely gotten "Fiskar lever i vatten" on Duolingo before though, and it translated to "Fish live in water." Should it technically have been "bor"? Are they ever used interchangeably?
where does live your brother? not correct????
I wonder if 'bor' and 'abode' (Welcome to my humble abode) are related! It's how I'm going to remember this one anyway :D
From what I can see, they're not related. But any mnemonic that works is good. :)
i think "where lives your brother?" should be correct too !
That is not idiomatic English though.