I'm not 100% sure about the difference between ha and har since they both mean "to have" (I guess). Any help is highly appreciated :)
Å ha is a verb. Å ha, har, hadde, har hatt. To have a dog. - Å ha en hund. I have a dog. - Jeg har en hund. If you can put "å" in front of it, you have to use "ha". Read more about how to use verbs. :)
Tusen takk! I'm following the app lessons order but I'll accept your advice and have some extra homework as well!
Because you have to do it in Norwegain. Thats what were learning we are not learning english.
What is the difference (pronunciation) betwenn 'en elg' and 'en helg' ? Takk !
Not much, but in Norwegian the 'h' will very often be pronounced, in contrast with many of the Latin languages, and will be audible as a breath of air, so "en helg" will actually be pronounced with an audible 'h' sound. The phrase "en elg" can also sometimes be pronounced with a short, but audible stop between the words, so it would sound like /en ' elg/. In many dialects, however, both sentences can be pronounced as /enelg/, especially when speaking fast or lazily.