Here is a vocabulary containing some important adjectives:
||god / bra
Note that even the adjective god gets the -t ending in neuter
gender, although godt might look strange and hard to
pronounce (but the d isn't pronounced in either of the two
There are of course some exceptions from the adjective
rules (for your amusement):
- Bra always has the same form (oh yeah, true, a funny word for
- Adjectives ending with -lig do not get the -t
The same rule is for some other words, like glad
(happy) and all adjectives ending with -e.
- Adjectives ending with two equal consonants lose one of them when
they get the -t suffix (stygg - stygt).
- Adjectives ending with a vowel do not get -e suffix, and get -tt
instead of the normal -t suffix.
- The adjective liten is conjugated like this:
|liten (m), lita (f),
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