"en frakk" and "en lomme". Unfortunately it's impossible to tell from the definite or plural form whether a noun ends with -e in the indefinite singular. Also note that no words in Norwegian end with double m, even if they have a double m once a suffix is added (e.g., "et rom" - "rommet")
you are correct. maybe i should use my native language for this training. but at least i know now what the difference is in english: a couple = 2 a few = 3-4 several = 4-8 a dozen = 12-14 many= anything above 6-8 but there are great discussions out there about the fluidity between these definitions
I used to think Norwegian would be easy....it just gets tougher as I go.