Yes! Norwegian has no verb conjugation, meaning is, am, and are are all the same word: er (sounds like the English word are, no?). This holds true for all verbs.
Sounded like she said I am a mom at first :D and I love how it's similar to German, Swedish, Danish and Dutch.
you start saying the sentence normally then when you reach "en mann" it's gets more harsh on the tongue.
This is going to be fun :)
ahhh this is going to be hard. As a native-dutch speaker I'm probably gonna confuse "Jeg" (I) in norwegian with "jij" (you) in dutch alot.
Language smilarities can make it easy to mix them up though, it all has its pros and cons :)
Why here "jeg" is pronounced like "yay", and in google it's just "ya"? Which one is correct?
When the letter g comes at the end of the word in Norwegian, it isn't usually pronounced. You can pronounce it if you want, though. Here the g is pronounced as more of a 'y.' The Duolingo pronunciation is quite authentic.