I'm a little confused about the plural for 'barn'. Is it just 'barn' or 'barna'?
"Barn" is the indefinite plural (and singular), while "barna" is the definite plural.
You're right about the first one, but "jenta" is the definite singular form.
"Jenter" is the indefinite plural.
"Barnet" is the definite singular, and this sentences uses the definite plural.
barnet = the child
barna = the children
"Eats" is used with the third person singular (he/she/it), but the third person plural uses "eat".
Any tips on how to hear the difference between "barnet" and "barna"? Or is it all going to rely on context clues?
This sentence made me smile, better to be an eating apple than a sour grape