"Noen" and "Litt" meaning "some"

What is the difference between those two?

In Lesson 42 of Norwegian B-1, “some coffee” is translated as “litt kaffe” but “some beer” is translated as “litt ol.” When do we use “litt” and when do we use “noen”?

“Litt” is for uncountable things and “noe/noen” is for countable thing. In that regard, “noen” is similar to “a couple of…” or “a few,”.

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8 months ago-