is there any pronunciation difference with én and en?
"én" should be stressed, and "en" unstressed.
The TTS doesn't always get it right.
A boy reads is not a translation, i thought a and one are synonyms in English
En gutt = a boy
Én gutt = one boy
I was thinking the same thing, but it's probably because the accent on it stressing that it's a "1" and not an "a". I'm not positive though.
You are correct
Is there a difference between "one boy is reading" and "one boy reads"?
no, those tenses are one and the same in norwegian ^w^
Why does the E have a thing above it O:-)
The accent is used when you want to stress the number one.
thanks good to know
Can't we read A boy is reading??
The accent on the E means that it is one boy, it's just to stress that fact
Are there any sound differences between ett and et?
What's the difference between ett and en?
Although ett and én both translate to "one," et is used for neuter nouns while én is used for masculine and feminine nouns.
Why does "a boy is reading." marked as wrong?
Because it means that one boy specifically is reading, since they are learning us numbers here
É is not a Norwegian character, why is it being used?
Is "One boy reads" not the present tense? It was marked incorrect if it is correct