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What is the difference between 'leger' and 'spiller'?
'lege' is playing with toys or 'playing around'
'spille' is playing a sport, music, game, acting.
You might say that 'lege' is playing without rules, while 'spille' is playing with rules.
Fun fact: LEGO is an abbreviation of 'LEg GOdt' (play well)
Very detailed! Thank you very much!
Isn't playing a victim basically playing around?
the danish word for actor is "skuespiller," which gives you a hint. "at spille" seems to cover organized games or intentional play, including acting. in english, "acting" a role and "playing" a role are used interchangeably.
It means being a whiner
What is the usage of "offeret" versus "ofrene"?
The first is singular, the second plural
Why can this not be "leger den ofre"? In fact spiller implies a game with rules. There are no rules involved here.
why is not "ofret" accepted? according to den danske ordbog is it possible.