"He likes ice cream."

Translation:Han liker is.

5/22/2015, 12:48:52 AM

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Why is it "Han liker is" and not "Han liker iskrem"? Isn't "Is" just "Ice"?

10/7/2018, 8:09:09 PM

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Casually it's just called is. Same in Danish (is) and German (Eis).

3/15/2019, 1:49:07 PM

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Almost a pun.. He "liker" ice cream. Ha ha ha? Edit: I mean liker as in licks ice cream, not something else .-.

5/22/2015, 12:48:53 AM

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Liker? I hardly even know her!

7/29/2015, 2:09:14 AM
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