When I was listening to the words, my mind kept thinking "This is such a wacky sentence, it can't be what I am thinking it is." Then I remembered all the other wacky sentences I had heard here and just went for it. I got it right.
Ive heard bjørnene not bøgerne ;/ it also made more sense, paired with ducks
Can anyone help me pronounce words with ø in them better? Im a native english speaker and its like i am incapable of making that sound. It almost sounds like there's an L in there. Thanks!
I have a hard time knowing whether to put "brune", "brun", or "brunt." how di know when to put one of these?
I'm not an expert by any means, but it's my understanding that brune is for describing any plural words, example: brune æbler /or/ brune katte
While brunt is for 't' words, example: et brunt æble
And brun is for 'n' words, example: en brun kat
Please people, if I'm wrong feel free to correct me. I wouldn't want to be spreading misinformation. But I'm pretty sure I'm right