Ex. 19.14: Mye vs. Veldig – Grammar
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MYE VS. VELDIG. Read about the use of “mye” (much) and“veldig” (very) on p. 52-3 in the textbook and complete the exercise below.
Note that “mye” is either used as an adjective that modifies (and quantifies) a noun, or it stands alone as an indefinite pronoun.
ex.) Vi fikk mye snø i går. (Here, it is used as an adjective that modifies the noun “snø.”)
ex.) Jeg har mye å gjøre. (Here, it stands alone as an indefinite pronoun.)
In contrast, “veldig” is most often used as an adverb that modifies (and often intensifies) an adjective or adverb.
ex.) Det er veldig kaldt ute. (Here, it modifies the adjective “cold.”)
ex.) Vi gikk veldig langt i dag. (Here, it modifies the adverb “far.”)
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- Det er varmt om sommeren, men det er også regn.
- Jeg trives godt i Tromsø selv om det er mørkt om vinteren.
- Det er kriminalitet i noen storbyer, så man bør være forsiktig.
- Middagen var god, men jeg spiste for .