Is spiser means "eats/eat" and "am/is eating"? So the present simple tense and continious tense same in Danish?
Is it alright to say "the noodles" instead of "the pasta", or is that a completely different word?
"The noodles" is "nudlerne". " The pasta" is "pastaen". IMO noodles can be types of pasta. But many pastas are not noodles.
you're fluent in all languages. im barely fluent in English
It is a different word.
I think it's really fun to guess the word that has the in front. For example, I have a drill to translate Han spiser pastaen into English. I think, Aha pasta and pastean are alike! Then I say He eats the pasta.
How is this not pastæn? Are there any rules on ae or æ?
A and e are here two different letters, not one combined letter
What is the difference between "he eats" and "he is eating" in Danish?
Then "he eats the pasta" should be accepted. It is not
Is 'he eats the noodles' correct?
No, "noodles" would be "nudler"
I think the correct grammar is he is eating pasta but I don't know,
I mean this site is still under development, anyway I thought id share
This is the first time that I see a word on this course where the "the" in the front doesn't look good
Wouldn't "He eats the pasta" also be correct?
I understood that "Han spiser pastaen" could work as "He /is eating/ the pasta" and "He /eats/ the pasta".
Sounded to me that he was eating horses