'der' means 'that/who'. 'Det/Den' is the definite article, but it's also a pronoun.
is most pure throw the
er renest kast den
are in this sentence pronoun
'Der' can also mean 'there' though.
There is flour in bread.
Der er mel i brød. (silly example, I know
Gløgt er gestsins eyga. (Føroyskt orðafelli)
Wise is the stranger's eye. (Faroese saying)
L'occhio dell'ospite è acuto. (Proverbio faroico)
Hosťovo oko je múdre. (Faerské uslovie)
Fluent: Faroese, Danish, English, German
Almost fluent: Norwegian, Swedish
Basic: Slovak (studying), Spanish
Have studied: Hebrew, Russian
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