....is the Pope Catholic?....did Hitchcock prefer blondes?.....does a bear poop in the woods?.....:)....who knows some more?....feel free to add! :)
I'd say Norge had just the right temperatures! But then again... I am canadian~
Mid-August on the coast of Southern Norway... Sun in the sky... 50 F. My relatives live there, so yeah. It's pretty cold. And I only know the summer. In winter apparently the pipes all freeze and without matinence there isn't water availabe at times.
What's the difference between 'Kald' and 'Kaldt'? I can never seem to get them right.
I'm having the same issue. Some of the trouble arises from having different word endings for adjectives describing neuter, masculine/feminine, and plural words, which I understand well enough. But it's further complicated by different endings still for each depending on if the word the adjective describes is definite or indefinite. That's the part where my brain momentarily explodes.
I think it is based on gender and again on plural or not. Kald is single m/f, +t for N and +e for anything plural. I could be remebering wrong though.
Yeah why "kald+t" ??? Where's the neuter word in here ??? Is it because we are talking about the weather = "vær" = neuter ???? Or is "Norge" neuter ?
The neuter word is "det". Everything will always default to neuter unless there's a specific masculine or feminine subject.
Hi! Kaldt has a "t" because the subject is what? Neuter, fem or masculine? And which is the subject?