Yes, and it's waiting for you in the tearoom
Could one say "Er treet innenfor"? What's the difference between inn/e and innenfor? Takk!
Does this apply to every preposition ending in "-for"?
As far as I know, yes.
If "innenfor" mustbe before a noun why is "er treet innenfor" correct? I'm having a hard time understanding this thoroughly.
so where does i come into this? why does it sometimes say inne i ....?
You could say, "The tree is inside, in the house." > "Treet er inne, i huset."
What's the difference between pronouncing "tre" and "treet"?
"tre" vs. "tre-e(h)"
Shouldn't it be 'inn' since it's not in motion, it's about a specific place? I don't understand this thing with the -e at the end of some words.
The -e drops out when the subject is in motion. It is present when the object is stationary.
Ok, the other way around then, thanks.
Why isnt it 'Er det treet inne?'
It could be, but then the meaning would be a little different. If you add "det" you would be aiming at a specific tree. "Is that tree inside?" or "Is the tree (that specific tree known form context) inside?"
What is the difference between inne and i?
"i" needs to be used before a noun. It's a preposition, just like "innenfor".