Why is it "for" here and not "fordi"?
Both are accepted.
They are not, I tried
I think "for" here means exactly the same as "pues" in Spanish.
When is it sulten & when is it sultne instead?
im kinda late but whatever. With singular its sulten and with plural its sultne :)
at what point does fordi become for?
Am I the only one that uses "for" in speech rather than "because"? Although I do tend to switch between the two when typing or writing. I'm not complaining though, for this will give me better comprehension of the material. :)
Why is "eats" wrong here?