As they used to sing back in the days of the Spanish Flu: ‘I had a pet bird, her name was Enza; I opened a window, and in-flu-enza.’
I've seen more birds fly into windows than through them. Ouch!
Where does the "right" come from? I thought it was "the bird flys through the window". Is it the conjugation of flyr?
It should be "the bird flies through the window". No"right" needed.
Is "flyr" supposed to sound like "fleed"?
No. The default audio sounds correct to me.
"Fløy en liten blåfugl gjennom vindu, gjennom vindu" is a part in a Norwegian song