"Does he eat vegetables?"
Translation:Spiser han grønnsaker?
Press and hold the base letter it exposes a nested tree of other characters example: a exposes å, æ, ā, ą etc. To select one of those characters again first press the base character then while holding it down when the menu pops up slide your finger over to the desired character and let up now for phones with physical keyboards I think you have to switch to something like T 9 characters
Computer there are special codes you can get. Phone, you go to menu settings. You'll see a general option. Go to languages and keyboard then click on english keyboard. Add languages then you're done. If you want to switch you'll see at the bottom a button that says EN just click it and you will get the other keyboard. For computer users there is this https://tools.oratory.com/altcodes.html And chromebook users https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.groovypost.com/howto/type-special-characters-chromebook-accents-symbols-em-dashes/amp/
'Spiser' is the most common one, and the one I'd advise you to use.
'Eter' is mostly used in Nynorsk, and by people speaking dialects closer to Nynorsk than Bokmål, but it's still present in the Bokmål dictionary and thus accepted in this course. There is no difference in meaning between the two.