Do we need this degree of realism? We're just trying to learn languages here...
Isn't it logically so? Why waste your love on someone who doesn't love you back?
Hello again! Isn't it that tension of "does she/he, doesn't she/he?" what we all seek expecting an affirmative response? È cosi la vita, no? 20Jun17
Well, Jesus loves us without us loving him back quite often. It's not logical. Its unconditional love.
what is the difference between "for" and "fordi"? Don't they both mean because?
they both can mean because but for is used in a way that in english "I used to help her for helping me". norsk- for "i used to help her because she helped me" norsk- fordi
What I mean is fordi and for cannot be used interchangeably but for can be used if the english for sounds right like in the example above.
worst explaination but i hope it helps
It can work in English too "i love her for she loves me" means the same as using because
'Fordi' means because and 'på grunn av' means because of. Two completely different words that happen to have very similar structures in English.