Does anyone know when this phrase is ever used? In 28 years I have never said "who are we" in English.
A two vs two board game where your team is playing with the red chips. Your friend (who will be on your team) arrives late and asks "Hvem er vi?" to which you respond "De røde".
Could also be a more philosofical question, like "Er vi alene i universet? Hvem er vi?" = Are we alone in the universe? Who are we?".
If you and your friends do something bad and you were previously good people you might say "Who are we?"
Basics 1 reminds me of someone who has amnesia, "Who are you? Oh...well who am I? Oh, cool, cool. Who are they?"
I am pleased to know that some of these words sounds similar to English words! :)
How does one pronounce "kven"? Is "k" in "kven" a silent letter like "h" in "hvem"?
Dear friends, that's actually a very good question. Typically human.
We are an animal who is looking for "Why is there something ?" "why is there a universe, a world? " "Who am I really?"
"Who are we to blame Duolingo ?" We are just very lucky people to have this tool. When there's a mistake, just report it.
Also, it can be children playing a game, deciding which role they will play.
And the best to learn a language is to receive some "electroshock", we remember better crazy phrases. You will have time to make your own perfect phrases :)
Enjoy your trip.
There is this extra sound thoud though...it's like vem' ar vi. It's not just vem ar vi. Why is there that extra sound at the end of vem?