This is just a quick post about some more adjectives that may be useful, I will still have the phonetic language signs behind the words even though most people actually cant read it, but still, just in case.
- Good = God* [guː]
- Bad (something bad) = Dårlig [ˈdoːɾlɪ]
- Angry = Sint [sint]
- Sad = Trist [tɾist]
- Happy = Glad* [glɑː]
- Satisfied = Fornøyd [fɔɾˈnœjd]
- Mean (Ex: A mean man) = Slem [ʃlem]
*NOTE: The words "God" and "Glad" have a silent letter, the letter D. So these words are pronounced, God = Go, and Glad = Gla.
There you have more words to practice with!
Before moving on, make 3 sentences using some of the adjectives you learned now.
Now I'm gonna show you some adjectives used with nouns with neuter form (Intetkjønn). I will not use the phonetic characters on this, but you just take the words and add a "t" sound. Nothing difficult!
- Pretty = Pent (A pretty tree = Et pent tre)
- Ugly = Stygt (An ugly kitchen = Et stygt kjøkken)
- Fantastic = Fantastisk (A fantastic human being = Et fantastisk menneske)
- Weird = Rart (A weird camera = Et rart kamera)
- Nice = Fin (A nice house = Et fint hus)
Do you see the pattern? Again, we will get into how to set a difference between masculine, feminine and neuter nouns, and how to use the correct adjective - But now you got a basic look on how it works, and you can make easy sentences with this.
Make a sentence using a neuter adjective and noun!
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