In Norwegian there is much less use of the auxiliary verb "to do". For example, in the phrase "He does not read the paper every day", the translation to Norwegian would omit the auxiliar verb "does". Instead would also the negative form be with only the verb "to read". In addition, the negative form, as well as gradient words like: a little etc, comes after the verb. The phrase becomes therefore, in Norwegian, "Han leser ikke avisen hver dag".
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