so, "t" by the end can also be something that adds the "the"?
any rule for that?
'et eple' = 'an apple'
'eplet' = 'the apple'
The 't' in 'eplet' is silent. This rule is only for neuter nouns, masculine will use 'en' and '-en' and feminine 'ei' and '-a'.
Doesn't it make more sense to say "an apple"?
'An apple' is 'et eple'. 'The apple' is 'eplet'
So at the moment we are only dealing with present and continous present.
I can seem to hear the 't' in this. eple and eplet sound exactly the same to me.
They do to me too, but its context. If you dont hear an et before eple, then its eplet