I am tired of the hippies visitors??? noooop..... love & peace, bros
besøg doesnt have a plural form?
"Et besøg, flere besøg". Nope, it's the same
Why do you use er in this sentence? Doesn't trætte mean "to be tired"
"Træt" is an adjective in the same way "tired" is in English, so "to be tired" is "at være træt", "trætte" is just the e-form of the adjective used here to describe a plural thing ("vi").
Does this mean they are tired of frequently visiting someplace or that they are tired of being visited frequently? Because, in American English at least, "we are tired of the frequent visits" could work either way
I wondered something similar. Are they tired because they have been making frequent visits, or are they bored or fed up with the frequent visits? "tired of" tends to mean the second, in UK English.
Anyone else consistently have their spoken attempt of this sentence rejected?