@mkjensenprivat "Jeg er i problemer" isn't something a Norwegian would say... "Jeg er i knipe" or "Jeg er i trøbbel" sounds better.
The difference between "på" and "i" is very nuanced and the best strategy is probably just to remember each individual case by heart. -på kjøkkenet (in the kitchen) -på loftet (in the attic) -i stua (in the living room) -i kjelleren (in the basement)
There are however some rules, "på" is used for most islands and most island nations. -på Island (in Iceland) -på Madagaskar (in Madagascar) *-i Japan (in Japan)
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