Might this (in the right context) also mean "Who do they ducks have?"
Maybe in a scenario where ducks have abducted a villager, and the other villagers are concerned as to the abductee's identity?
I guess it could, but most when hearing this sentence would assume "hvem" is the subject. It would be better to say "Hvem er det endene har?" or "Endene har hvem?"
I have to read these comments more.
I had a typo with an f word.
When is ducks "and" and when is it "end"? Can you use either?
If 'duck' is singular, it'd be 'and'. If it is plural, it'd be 'end'.
Is this supposed to be pronounced as "Enne"? That's what I hear
Hardee's ad in the US: We have the meats!
Hardee's ad in Beijing: We have the ducks!