I object to this sentence. The phrase "on the other hand" suggests a contrast between "nice" and "completely crazy". It's certainly possible to be both, particularly if you're a cat.
Can't you say 'helt texas'?
I've only ever heard it used referring to situations, never a specific thing or being. It's used as a description of the atmosphere.
It's also not as commonly used as recent "news" reports may have led you to believe. ;)
Thanks! This is really helpful:) So I should only use it if the weather is 'helt texas':)
You could use it to describe a football match or a party for instance, some sort of event or experience. It has to be more than just "crazy", like a chaotic or out of control kind of crazy.
Bare hyggelig! :)
Is "derimot" ever used to mean "thereagainst"?
Yes, but that would be almost as rare as actually using "thereagainst". ;)
Haha, thanks. I--harbouring a little bit of a frumpy 19th century old lady in my personality--love all those there-[preposition], here-[preposition] and where-[preposition] words. ;P
I'm going to picture you as an elderly 19th century lady from now on.
Bahaha I love it. Elderly 19th century woman is close enough to 20-something 21st century guy anyhow.
This is one of the best interactions I've ever seen in duolingo comments
Why can't you use fin here instead of skill
Because 'nice' isn't meant as good-looking here, but rather as a description of the dog's behaviour or demeanour. :)
The dog is nice (kind, friendly, well-behaved), as opposed to the cat - which is completely crazy.