"She says good morning."
Translation:Hun siger godmorgen.
A tip for anyone mixing up Han and Hun (He and She respectively): You can think of HAN Solo from Star Wars! He is a male and would be called "he"! (:
The way I remember is thinking that Han = man, and Hun = Hunny/honey. It's silly, but really helps me.
Snakker is like speak "i speak danish" while siger is like talking as in "i said goodbye"
After some research... 'morgen' has no gender. So you have to use 'god'. But if you say something like "Det morgen er godt" then it's correct because you defined 'morgen' using 'det'
Ah, no no. Morgen does have a gender, the 'fælleskøn', common gender: en morgen; en god morgen; Den morgen er god. But that doesn't work as a greeting.
You could, however, say "Hun ønsker en god morgen" - "She wishes a good morning."