I'm trying to teach myself Norwegian, and now I've got a question that I really can't answer myself and the dictionary doesn't help much either. Could someone explain to me how to translate the word 'who' in sentences like 'the man who was here'? I've been thinking about hvem, but I'm not sure if that's correct...
'Who' in Norwegian
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When you can use a German-derived term that Germans speakers themselves probably don't use
Poor English, none of the other Germanic languages came to its defense. Frisian is laughing.