"I need a horse."
Translation:Ich brauche ein Pferd.
What is wrong with "Ein Pferd brauche ich" In some cases i have seen the object comes first and the word order changes.
It puts more emphasis on the horse. as in "Its a horse i need, not a car". Or to make it clear that you cant do without a horse. As in " I need a horse, but not a saddle, to ride."
Das Pferd = neutral gender
As it is the direct object in this sentence, it is in the accusative case
So, the indefinite article is ... ein
Can someone please tell me how to say "brauche"? Not how it's supposed to sound, but how to form my mouth to get it to make the proper sounds. Because right now all I'm saying is "brow-kah," when I can say anything at all.
Im gonna take my horse to the old town road, I'm gonna, ride, till i cant no more!