"Who am I?", "What is an apple?"... Philosophy and Norwegian, all in one. :P
an apple is a round, red object, that usually has a green stem sticking out the top. in theory, there should always be 1 (or 2) leaves coming out of the stem. general, if you ever meet an apple, then you should give it to a teacher. in theory. try it, and if you do, say
"An apple for the teacher"
just hope it isn't Snow Wights apple, or you will soon need a prince, AND a apple to.
"The apple tree (Malus domestica) is adeciduous tree in the rose family best known for its sweet, pomaceous fruit, the apple." -wikipedia
Got a question about the articles "en" and "et". Why are they used diferently in every case?: "Jeg er EN mann" "Hva er ET eple?".
There are three noun genders in Norwegian: Masculine, Feminine and Neuter. Each of these has their own "a". "En" is used for masculine, "Ei" is used for feminine (en can also be used for feminine nouns too) and "Et is used for neuter". If you need more information, just read the tips and notes section for this skill.
I hope this helps:)
If you want to make an apple pie from scratch, you first must invent the universe
You maybe know there are so very many dummy sentences and questions at Danish Lessons in Doulingo.Som "Anden drikker vin"...Why Norwegian not?
It means what is, what are, what am - there is only one present tense verb form regardless of person or number in modern Norwegian.