So hard for it, honey.
"Og du bedre behandle henne rett!"
I've often wondered how many times they were listening to songs on the radio when certain sentences come up. I still laugh about "det regner menn"!
One of those sentences that can just start me singing! :)
so you better treat her right!!!!
Why 'hardt'? What is it referring to that uses the neutral gender?
It's functioning as an adverb, modifying "jobber". The adverb form is identical to what you know as the neuter singular adjective.
Could "arbeider" be used in place of jobber? Do they have seperate meanings?
My understanding is that jobber is more about an occupation or profession while arbeider is akin to physical labor. I suppose it could be both if your job entails physical labor, e.g. construction.
you sure? We've seen "arbeider" used for someone who works in a cafe in a previous lesson... I'm not sure that counts as physical labor...
Nope, not sure exactly but that is how I have understood native speakers explain the two terms. Also, it seems that arbeide is a somewhat outdated, less common term for work but still valid.
They are interchangeable and depending where in Norway you are, one or the other is more commonly used like pop versus soda.