And why not "fuldstændigt" with a t? I thought adverbs get a "t"?
I second this question. I don't understand why fuldstændigt wouldn't work here.
Why should it be "blandt" and not "iblandt"? What is actually the difference?
Blandt is equivalent to among. Iblandt is equivalent to amongst. I'd still like to hear what a native Dane has to say about it though because among and amongst don't really differ in usage or meaning besides as a stylistic choice.
I want to know this too!!!!!
Why not forskellige but anderledes?
It means "completely".
why not 'færdigt'?
I thought "anderledes" meant "different from the norm" and "forskellig" would describe two or more things that are different from each other? Why is anderledes used in this sentence?
Må "meningen" bruges?