BY THE POWER OF GREYSKULL
Common' kids. I have sugar!
Couldn´t that mean as well "I has sugared" (for example while baking cake...I has sugared that already)?
No, that would have been: "Jeg har sukret".
I "has" sugared is not correct english. The correct english would be "I have sugared"
Is the first e in "sukkeret" hardly pronounced?
Moahahahaha. I defeated you! I have the powerfull sugar!
Why do some nouns end in et and others end in er?
-er is indefinite plural. -et is for a neutral singular definite noun.