Why isn't 'Mitt kokker elsker mat' acceptable?
I would also like to know the answer to this please
Could you also say : mine kokker elsker mat.
Difference in meaning? My cooks love food, not drinks
Yes the difference would be as you stated. In general the possessive is after the noun, however.
The answer is "kokkene mine elsker mat". Is there always the definite form of the noun? If not, does anybody know the difference?
why is "kokkene mine" correct, not "kokker mine"?
When the possessive is after the noun its in definite form, but if the possessive was before it its indefinite
I know kokkene means 'the chefs' but can someone clarify why kokkenes mine would be incorrect please