Would saying "Der hun er!" be the same as saying "Der er hun!"? Takk!
Norwegian has a V2 rule, in which the verb is always the second constituent in non interrogative sentences, so "Den hur er!" is incorrect.
Sounds like Duo's playing hide 'n seek.
if "det er" can also mean there is, can't i use ""det er" in this case?
No. "Det er hun" means either "that is her" or "it is her". "Det" can only mean "there" when it's used in "there is/there are". EDIT: (or in "there was/were/used to be/will be", etc.)
Thanks for that, I was just about to ask why 'that is her' wouldn't work ^_^ here, have a Lingot!
Certainly sounds like "dahr ahr". Not like (in AmEng) "dair ahr". 15Jan18
Correct, der rhymes with er.
Bringing back some Albino Black Sheep memories.
wouldn't it be der hun er???