That awkward moment when it's accurate.
A very useful phrase. If you don't want to explane your actions.
Lies, plain and simple. I haven't been drunk in decades.
Probably the one who writes duolingo sentences
Would you use the same "full" to describe being full after a meal? Or is this one of those things where context is everything? :-)
'full' after a meal would be 'mett'. It's one of those faux amis. This one is unambiguous.
Thanks! So "full" only means at capacity when it refers to things (e.g. restauranten er full)? Cause that was a sentence in this exercise.
One of the suggestions (by clicking the word) is "drukket", but the correct answer is "drukken". Could someone explain, please?
Correction: Jeg er dritings. Could someone explain how this is correct??
Jeg liker ikke alkohol. Jeg er aldri full!