OK, thrills in Dutch land, it must be "het ei", where it´s "een grijs ei"
De grijze muis
Een grijze muis
Het grijze ei
Een grijs ei
I get confused between grijs and grize.... pls help
Why grijs not grijze ???
why not grijs?
Also explained by WarmFoothills previously.
But the definite article is used.
yes but when there is een you cant put a "e"
In one exercise "Een grijs ei" was said to be correct. If that is true, then "een grijs muis" is also correct.
Why is "Een grijs ei" correct and "Een grijs muis" not? The definite article is used in both and I have read over and over in these comments that when the definite article is used, then the plural form is not used.
If I understood it correctly, there is a difference between 'het' and 'de' words when an indefinite article is used.