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87 [eighty-seven]

Past tense of modal verbs 1

Past tense of modal verbs 1

87 [åttisju]

Fortid av modale hjelpeverb 1

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We had to water the flowers. V- -åt-- v----------n-. V_ m____ v____ b_______ V- m-t-e v-t-e b-o-a-e- ----------------------- Vi måtte vatne blomane. 0
We had to clean the apartment. Vi -å-te-r---e----e----he-t-. V_ m____ r____ i l___________ V- m-t-e r-d-e i l-i-e-h-i-a- ----------------------------- Vi måtte rydde i leilegheita. 0
We had to wash the dishes. Vi ---te--a-oppv-sken. V_ m____ t_ o_________ V- m-t-e t- o-p-a-k-n- ---------------------- Vi måtte ta oppvasken. 0
Did you have to pay the bill? M---e-d- --ta------ni-g-? M____ d_ b_____ r________ M-t-e d- b-t-l- r-k-i-g-? ------------------------- Måtte de betale rekninga? 0
Did you have to pay an entrance fee? M-tt---e b--a-e inngangspe---r? M____ d_ b_____ i______________ M-t-e d- b-t-l- i-n-a-g-p-n-a-? ------------------------------- Måtte de betale inngangspengar? 0
Did you have to pay a fine? Måtte-d--b---l--e-----? M____ d_ b_____ e_ b___ M-t-e d- b-t-l- e- b-t- ----------------------- Måtte de betale ei bot? 0
Who had to say goodbye? Kve---åtte -e-e -a---t? K___ m____ s___ h_ d___ K-e- m-t-e s-i- h- d-t- ----------------------- Kven måtte seie ha det? 0
Who had to go home early? Kve---ått- g- h-i- ti--e-? K___ m____ g_ h___ t______ K-e- m-t-e g- h-i- t-d-e-? -------------------------- Kven måtte gå heim tidleg? 0
Who had to take the train? K----mått- -a-----t? K___ m____ t_ t_____ K-e- m-t-e t- t-g-t- -------------------- Kven måtte ta toget? 0
We did not want to stay long. Vi -i----i-kje ---------. V_ v____ i____ b__ l_____ V- v-l-e i-k-e b-i l-n-e- ------------------------- Vi ville ikkje bli lenge. 0
We did not want to drink anything. Vi --lle -kk-e dri--e-n-ko. V_ v____ i____ d_____ n____ V- v-l-e i-k-e d-i-k- n-k-. --------------------------- Vi ville ikkje drikke noko. 0
We did not want to disturb you. Vi v-l---i-kj--f-----r--. V_ v____ i____ f_________ V- v-l-e i-k-e f-r-t-r-e- ------------------------- Vi ville ikkje forstyrre. 0
I just wanted to make a call. Eg------ -k-urat-t-l å------e. E_ v____ a______ t__ å r______ E- v-l-e a-k-r-t t-l å r-n-j-. ------------------------------ Eg ville akkurat til å ringje. 0
I just wanted to call a taxi. Eg vi-l- tin---e--d--s--. E_ v____ t____ e_ d______ E- v-l-e t-n-e e- d-o-j-. ------------------------- Eg ville tinge ei drosje. 0
Actually I wanted to drive home. Eg-v--le ---l----ø----h---. E_ v____ n_____ k____ h____ E- v-l-e n-m-e- k-y-e h-i-. --------------------------- Eg ville nemleg køyre heim. 0
I thought you wanted to call your wife. Eg -rudde--u-v--le --n--- kon- -i. E_ t_____ d_ v____ r_____ k___ d__ E- t-u-d- d- v-l-e r-n-j- k-n- d-. ---------------------------------- Eg trudde du ville ringje kona di. 0
I thought you wanted to call information. Eg-t----- -u v-l-- ri--je -----s--ga. E_ t_____ d_ v____ r_____ o__________ E- t-u-d- d- v-l-e r-n-j- o-p-y-i-g-. ------------------------------------- Eg trudde du ville ringje opplysinga. 0
I thought you wanted to order a pizza. Eg---u-de du-v-ll------e p--z-. E_ t_____ d_ v____ t____ p_____ E- t-u-d- d- v-l-e t-n-e p-z-a- ------------------------------- Eg trudde du ville tinge pizza. 0

Big letters, big feelings

Advertising uses a lot of pictures. Pictures awaken our particular interests. We look at them longer and more intently than letters. As a result, we remember advertisements with pictures better. Pictures also produce strong emotional reactions. The brain recognizes pictures very quickly. It knows immediately what can be seen in the picture. Letters function differently than pictures. They are abstract characters. Therefore, our brain reacts slower to letters. First, it must understand the meaning of the word. One might say the characters must be translated by the language part of the brain. But emotions can be produced using letters too. The text just needs to be very large. Studies show that big letters have a big effect as well. Large letters aren't just more noticeable than small letters. They also produce a stronger emotional reaction. This is true for positive as well as negative feelings. The size of things has always been important to mankind. Man must react quickly to danger. And when something is large, it's usually already quite close! So it's understandable that large pictures cause strong reactions. Less clear is how we react to large letters. Letters aren't actually a signal for the brain. Despite this, it shows greater activity when it sees large letters. This result is very interesting to scientists. It shows how important letters have become for us. Our brain has somehow learned how to react to writing…