"Vi er klare!"
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I already do. They are so close, I expect klar to have something to do with clothing or getting dressed.
just imagine an Airport. they say "clear" as soon as the airstrip is clear of people/other plains/ vehicles and ready for a takeoff ;-)
I use "ferdig" more often for "ready". Or is this used in different circumstances?
Ferdig = done
Klar = ready
Er du ferdig med oppgavene? - Are you done with the tasks
Er dere klare for eventyr? - Are you ready for adventures?
In which circumstances would you use "klar" and "klare"? I'm really confused...
klar - refers to a masculine or feminine noun (ex. stol, hun) klart - refers to a neuter noun (ex. bord, det) klare - refers to a plural noun (ex. stoler, border, vi)
Most adjectives follow the same pattern.
Hold in there. I finally got the pattern down and now I'm working on remembering to use it and figuring out which don't change (ex. lilla) and which follow different rules (esp. liten)
Clear and ready are similar in essence, but I am used to a more distinct meaning
Are there absolutely no scenarios where this could mean "We are done"`? Could I for instance use this to say "Jeg er klar med oppgaven min" to mean "I am done with my assignment"?