Fun fact, elephants store fruit in their trunk so it ferments, then they eat it and get drunk
When is it Elefant and when Elefanten? When I first saw the word it was just "en elefant" (I think), now in this sentence it's elefanten. Aren't both of them nominative?
It depends on the article Elefanten = the elephant En elefant = a elefant
By now I've learnt about this, but thanks anyway for the answer! I should've edited my question. Maybe it'll be useful to another student, too.
I don't know whether I'm correct or not but I realized that for a negative sentence like this the ikke always come after the verb