Is this a Norwegian saying?
Or the slogan of a big egg producer?
(I'm thinking of the 'Happy cows...' ad campaign for California cheeses.)
jeg forventet ikke at.
Does this settle the question of which came first, the perfect bird or the perfect egg.
Silly question, never quite understood it. Eggs came with fish and amphibians veeeery long before the birds.
i think the question isn't about species but whether an egg came first that an organism was born out or the organism that laid the egg
Why not "Perfect birds have perfect egg."?
The adjective here, 'perfekte', is in its plural form, and since the adjective always agrees with the noun it's describing we know that the noun is supposed to be plural as well.
That also doesnt make sense in English.
A perfect sentence ;)
Is there a plural for 'egg'?
"egg" is the plural of "egg".
yes but that is indefinite form, definite form is "eggene".
This sentence is, how you say "rar"