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Does "Ég er með penni" mean "I have a pen" or "I am with a pen"?

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    1. "Ég er með pennA" (accusative form of penni)
    2. Literally ´I am with a pen´, but it generally means ´I have a pen´.

    You could also say "Ég á penna" which means "I own a pen". But i guess that phrase wouldn't be so common.

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