What is the infinitive form of the verb here? I can't find it in my dictionaries....
å havne - havner - havnet(/havna) - har havnet(/havna)
I thought I had finally figured it out but apparently not :D Why is it 'her' instead of 'hit' here?
Whenever you see "hit", think of the english "hither". It indicates movement to a certain place. "Her" means "here" as in "we already are at this place".
Can this be used for situations and locations?
Klærne dine havnet på gulvet.
Why doesn't "endte opp" work here?
"to end up" is a figure of speech, which I guess just doesn't translate into Norwegian 1:1.