Not after you showed me your duck. :-/
now i get it! the questions had to cycle through for that one to come up.
it all makes sense now
Et nei er et nei
She sounds confident saying it.
This seems so quick. The Norwegian audio does appear to go faster than in some other languages on here.
What exaclty does "være" mean?
Is this the official norwegian friendzone phrase?
But, Duo, whyyyyyyyy ;(
In the arrrrmmsss of the annnglleee....
Fine, but she doesn't have to be so cheerful about it.
Why not "med være"? it's weird say "be to" ..
Relax man. Med means with. So literally it is "be with" (være med)
Since it is "to be", why not say "å vaere" instead of "vaere" ?
Modal auxiliary verbs, such as "kan", "må", and "vil", are followed by a bare infinitive, i.e. an infinitive without the infinitive marker "å" ("to").
mm watcha saaaay