The Norsk coins are beautiful. I love the ones with holes in the middle--so ancient looking! We saved some from our travels there. :)
One of the accepted answers for this sentence is:<pre>
She will to find a Norwegian coin.</pre>
But it did not accept this:<pre>
She will find a Norwegian coin.</pre>
Vil is or want to an probably the way it's organized will make you think it's will to, beside it's in present not future
I have several. And Belgian, Belarusian, English, French, Chinese, Canadian, American, and I think also Danish.
Det er temmelig lett å finne en norsk mynt. Det befinner seg rundt hullet i midten.
Modal auxiliary verbs such as "vil" and "må" are followed by a bare infinitive, i.e. an infinitive without the infinitive marker ("å").