I just can't seem to remember what "nogensinde" means. Can someone break down what that word means literally to help me remember? "nogen" is "someone"..?
I'm not sure but I think:
Nogen = any
Sinde = old word for "time", today it would be "gange", it still appears in the long form of numbers like tresindstyve (three times twenty)
Wow, that is really helpful. I also wondered what the long form of the numbers means broken down, and you just answered both of these questions. Thanks a lot! :)
It means "ever", often (but certainly not only) used after "aldrig" i.e. "aldrig nogensinde" to for example, emphasize that something has "never ever" been done before
Can't it be "a man"? I thought it was only definitely husband if you say "min mand" or "din mand" etc otherwise it could be either.
What would you want to get a man for? Whenever you talk of ownership of "en mand", it's assumed you talk about a husband.
Why is "will I ever find a husband" not accepted?