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16:52 Feb 10, 2001
English to Norwegian translations [Non-PRO] Art/Literary
English term or phrase:You are a crazy teacher.
This term is used when joking around with a teacher.
I slipped here and should not have answered as I'm a Swede and you do not know (I assume) Norwegian.
Below you can find a much better answer
from Tone (who should have the KudoZ points):
This would be the direct translation of your sentence:
'Du er en gal lærer'.
If 'crazy' is more expressing funny/ full of energy etc then this translation would cover the meaning sentence better:
'Du er en sprø/helsprø lærer'
Helsprø is a bit more crazy than just sprø.
Peers' grades for this answer: 4
Mats Wiman Sweden Local time: 06:30 Native speaker of: Swedish PRO pts in pair: 75