"She reads a menu."
Translation:Hun læser en menu.
Han means he. The English sentence says she :)
Or did you get it as an audio exercise?
Oh ok, thanks. It was a normal exercise and my own mistake, no audio thing
I have difficulties pronouncing the letter where the a and e are formed together: æ, does anyone have any tips for me?
Not really any rules for this. You just memorize and learn it. I wouldn't worry much about it in the beggining. And every dane would know what you mean ;)
There are two grammatical genders in Danish: common and neuter. All nouns are mostly arbitrarily divided into these two classes. The singular indefinite article (a/an in English) is en for common nouns and et for neuter nouns. They are often informally called n-words and t-words.
En dreng. A boy.
Et fængsel. A jail.
Maybe this can help you? :)