"We are selling the animal."
Translation:Vi selger dyret.
How come some things end in en while some end in et? Is there a way to figure it out by looking at the word, or do you just have to remember which is which?
You'll have to remember these when you learn a new word. Which one you'd use depends on the grammatical gender of the word, of which there are three: neuter (et), masculine (en), feminine (ei).
All feminine nouns may however be inflected as masculine nouns, the the indefinite feminine article isn't very common.
The voice sounds like it is saying "seller". Is the G silent or am i not hearing it right?