"Jegvilhelstikkegjøredet."

Translation:I would rather not do it.

3 years ago

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What's the difference between 'helst' and 'heller' looking at for example: 'Jenta vil heller ha iskrem'?

3 years ago

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'helst' is closer to 'preferably', while 'heller' is closer to 'rather'.

Your sentence would be "The girl would rather have ice cream."

3 years ago

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Takk så mye.

3 years ago

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What is the difference between "this" and "that"? Why is only one correct?

2 years ago

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This = dette, denne
It/That = det, den

"This" is used to refer/point to things that are closer to you, and "that" is used for things that are farther away, either physically or emotionally.

2 years ago

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I try to avoid this problem / that problem... / it by using the quite awkward construction with "it". It is annoying that duolingo says I don't know "helst", when it is quite a different problem. So... "that" is much more common in English (in such a context)? I usually use "this"...

2 years ago

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9 months ago
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