We use "e" form :
1) for plural: to grønne kjoler
2) after possessive pronouns: min, din, hendes, Annas grønne kjole
3) after definite form den grønne kjole
4) after det always "e" because => rule number 3)
Why do we use grønne instead of grøn? I thought grønne was for plural nouns.
"e" in grønne expresses that the form is in a definite form ( The green dress ). This kind of ending is not only prevalent in plural forms, but in the definite forms of the verb.
Thank you. That was confusing!
So when there is an adjective, the "the" modifier (I don't know the name for it, the difference between brød and brødet) goes away. Am I correct?
"Den" = "The".
It is the definite article.
Okay, thank you!