Why is "He washes » his hair « with shampoo and conditioner." also correct ? Wouldn't this be like "håret seg" ? About the meaning, I would understand that someone talks about, what he's currently doing.
'seg' = 'himself' in that case, I think you mean 'sitt' = 'his'.
"Han vasker håret sitt med sjampo og balsam" is also accepted, but uneccesary, as you would probably know from context whether or not it's his own hair or somebody else's.
Ah okay thanks.
Take two bottles into the shower?! I just want to wash and go...
Why is answer without HIS wrong? In the Norwegian version three is no specification which hair he
Why isn't the progressive tense wrong?
conditioner isnt supposed to wash hair i don't get why the sentence is like that
Balsam = embalming liquid, therefore when you use 'balsam' on your hair you're embalming the dead hair, also known as conditioning. Norwegian is gross sometimes