Wow, we're already getting into the existential questions! This must be some type of record. I'm loving this course.
There's a Jackie Chan movie of the same name. When main character lost his memory
I didn't expect a philosophy class in the Norwegian section, gall. "Who am I?!?" he screamed to the heavens.
Er is not pronounced as are. Its pronounced ad where without "w" and faster; as der in german without "d" (not a pun lol)
I was thinking that seemed like the way to say it, but I started retraining my brain to say "Ar" like a pirate because the app pronounces it that way. Thanks for the help! So it's like "hair" without an H?
Ah finally something I can say easily For any of my slavic comrades who may not understand what you said-basically it's just er/ер
I asked Moses to ask the Creator, and he just gave a very simple, two word answer.....Jeg er!
In the Tips and notes, scroll all the way down and you will see that "jeg" is pronounced "yai" and rhymes with "guy". "g" in Norwegian can also be silent before a "j", after an "i" and sometimes an "a" or "o" and sounds like [j] (or the y in yes) before an "i" https://www.duolingo.com/skill/nb/basics
I cant wait to go to norway as a tourist and walk up to a norwegian person and say "Hvem er jeg" .
I don't understand the downvotes on this one. It's just asking for help. I'd love to help you buddy but I've also just started and don't speak a word of norweigan. Try watching movies/series/tv in general/music/reading news stuff like that in the language you're trying to learn. You can do it! :)
i realized that sometimes the letter "e" pronounced as 'ey' and 'a'. can someone explain?
I can't thank you enough for sharing that! I've been struggling with pronunciations myself!