> Commonly used Norwegian phrases, chapter 10
Had to post it here. :D
Good thing he rolled a Hunter ^.^
Lol Nice one ^.^ But I think taunt's a warrior move, right? xP Been too long for me to remember though. Yes, I'm a nerd. What's the Norsk word for that?
the norwegian word for nerd is just nerd according to my norwegian dictionary
The pets of beast mastery hunters can taunt.
Feign death is hunter, but yeah taunt is either warrior, paladin, or monk, I think that's all of them
Is that the same chapter with "ulven spiser meg" in it?
Only in Norge
This sounds as if their sister is answering while rolling her eyes.
I have seen moose up close, I think that the only way I'd play with one is from a safe distance, a real safe distance.
Maybe a half kilometer? More?
A møøse bit my sister once
As long as you don't try to Karve your initials øn a møøse with the sharpened end of an interspace tøøthbrush you should be pretty safe :)
such a moose apologist you are !
I knew this would be here. Thanks for affirming my faith in humanity.
BTW: I once drove an MG Sprite under a moose. Do not do this intentionally.
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Did the moose eat the other brother?
Thanks for cartoon. 3May17
Hopefully referring to a stuffed animal
Moose make the best pets!
That doesn't sound like a good idea
Some girls play with Barbies...I played with moose...
I really can't understand the last two words since they run together and sound like "melgen."
my guess is that since the sound of med ends in the starting sound of elgen (since med is more like meh) the two morph to make m'elgen, probably to make for simpler speech between the native speakers
Is this something they are now teaching in barnehager- how to play with moose?? They sure weren't when my daughter went. Geez, this is hard core.
Norwegian always has the best sentences.
Jeg elsker norsk!
Det er ikke trygt!!
Is not 'elk' also correct - ? Wikipedia says it is, depending on which species you actually mean ...
"Elgen" is definite and singular so it stands to reason that "the elk" would be accepted, but "elk" (without "the") would be incorrect.
I didn't quote the whole sentence, just the last word. I'll have to wait and see if Duo accepts 'elk'.
It might. The one dictionary that I could find the word elk in says elgen but it's also a Nynorsk ordbok and we all know that there is a bit of difference in the two dialects.
Where I come from there's a bit of difference between the two critters.
The kids definitely don't have a helicopter mother.