But please don't give it to them, it is very bad for them!
This is actually a myth! Birds eat rice from the fields during flood season all the time, and it has no effect on them, the same as rice from the supermarket!
During the flood season the rice is full of moisture, when birds eat dried rice, or anyone eats dried rice, it's bad for them.
og det er ikke bra
does "bra" means "abrupt"?
"Bra" means "good", but "brå" can mean "abrupt".
Birds eat rice. Birds eat Cheetos.
We we always told their tummies swell up if they eat rice
ris is irregular right? I mean singular and plural ris stays ris?
It's an uncountable noun.
i just can't stop mixing up -er for plurals and -en for definites endings!
By the way do we add endings to verbs in any situation?
There are verb endings for the different tenses, but you do not have to conjugate them for person, number or gender.
Kyllinger spiser hva som helst
Does the "er" ending elicit a "ej" sound with a very soft j?
Exploding birds do
Why "Birds is eating rice" is a wrong answer? (Sorry for the bad english, i'm a brazilian nowergian learner).
Errata: "Birds are eating rice"
So fugler is birds and fuglen is the bird right?
So, some types of rice is good?
How do you turn a word into definite plural (e.g. "the birds are eating rice")? I assume is not "fugleren" :p
To make something a definite plural you use the suffix -ene
My parrots love rice. And spaghetti. And high-carb junk food in general.
Why not: "The birds are eating rice"? or ""Birds are eating rice" ?
"The Birds" would be Fuglene. Birds along is Fugler