Is there any other way to say 'wear'? instead of using 'på seg/meg' ?
Bruker, but this means that you wear something in general, not that you have it on right now like har på seg implies. Jeg bruker ikke sokker = I don't wear socks (habitually).
Why pronounced as in "sock"? Shouldn't it be pronounced "sooker"?
The doubled 'k' indicates the preceding vowel is short.
Gotcha. Tusen takk! :)
...og ingenting annet. ;)
Why not "She has her socks on."?
It's more like "She has socks on (herself)". I put the "herself" in parentheses because in English we just do not specify who the socks are on as they do in Norwegian. If you answer "She has on socks" Duo should accept it.
Is 'hun har sokker på seg' also correct?
Is there a difference between "she wears socks" and "she IS wearing socks"?
isn't it, "hun har på HENNE?" Why seg?
To signify that it is herself.
okay, I'm confused with the order of "på seg ...." I have seen also hun har sokker på seg. Is it correct and what are the rules?