I know I should have asked this before, but how does one tell the difference between Simple Present and Present Continuous in Norwegian? From what I understand, S. Present is used for more habitual actions in day to day life, but I've seen the same sentence being used for Present Continuous. Is there a difference or am I just stupid? Thanks for any help in advance :)
As I understand it Norwegian does not distinguish between the simple present and the present continuous. For example Jeg kjører is both I drive and I am driving.
The difficulty then comes with the translating from Norwegian to English. Which form works best in the given context to make the English sound correct? Whatever the answer use that as your translation.