It really sounds like "do you like to motion", which is veery funny. I can only imagine some awkward guy dressed in yoga pants and a slim shirt trying to "motion". Don't ask why!
difference between this and "øvelse" ?
If I understand it correclty, "en øvelse" would mean an exercise in a text book or practice for a sport or instrument. "At motionere" is a verb meaning TO exercise, such as in a gym (et motionscenter).
yes,i meant "at øve",sorry.as it seems "at motionere" is used only for physical activities.i'm not sure ,though.
Motionere is "exercise", just for the sake of getting some movement in your bones. Øve is "practice", with some higher goal behind it.
Where's the pizza?
Do the locomotion...Google Kylie Minogue.
How about "work out"?