If the noun is definite "the boy" but has an adjective in between, "the peculiar boy", does the adjective always end with an "e"? uvanlige rather than unvanlig, as if it were plural?
I hope this makes some sort of sense! :)
Yes. The adjective ends in an "e" when the noun is definite. :0)
I have the same question
The answer is in the Tips and Notes of Adjectives. Look at The Definite Form. :)
What about 'rar'?
I think "særegne" og "underlige" also should be accepted.
I’m a Norwegian by the way
I typed, "Den uvannlig gutten spiser lunsj med oss." I had a typo and used the wrong form of "uvanlig", but it said th correct response is, "Den besynderlige gutten spiser lunsj med oss." I don't recall learning "besynderlige" yet.
Yeah, I've noticed it does that with some sentences. I don't know why.
Does "merkelig" a wrong word for peculiar?
No, "merkelig" is a correct translation for "peculiar". It should be accepted...