What about they didn't arrive
"They did not arrive" would be "de ankom ikke" :)
Thanks for your help
How do you know it is past tense. I thought it said "They are not coming"
kom...that is the difference
In this case "kom" translated as "come" when i touch the word. Next lesson said that it is "came". So it is misstranslated ... they shoud give translate help as "did come" or came so i would know what they think about...
They did give us a hint, though, by saying "ikke."
So, would "They came" be "De kom"?
I thought came was kam? Or am I wrong here?
"came" is "kom". It would be "kam" in German and "kwam" in Dutch.
How about 'They came not' poetic English?