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:
She will to find a Norwegian coin.
But it did not accept this:
She will find a Norwegian coin.
Fixed! Be sure to send us an error report next time :D
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
Good luck with that, they look at you funny if you pay cash!
I have several. And Belgian, Belarusian, English, French, Chinese, Canadian, American, and I think also Danish.
Her old boyfriend had a real kroner problem.
Det er temmelig lett å finne en norsk mynt. Det befinner seg rundt hullet i midten.
Shouldn't it be "vil å finne"?
Modal auxiliary verbs such as "vil" and "må" are followed by a bare infinitive, i.e. an infinitive without the infinitive marker ("å").
I collect coins and I haven't gotten any Norwegian ones yet. I have a few Swedish, Danish and Icelandic but no Norwegian!