When I typed "Piget har en hest." it marked -et as a typo, but it should probably be marked as a mistake.
Just a suggestion :) And thanks for all the work you've put into Danish so far!
Yes, thank you for the suggestion :) We are trying to fix as many of the things you guys report, but some things are outside our scope :(
This language is super amazing :) I think it's the hardest Germanic language... The pronunciation is rough and hard sometimes, but that's what makes it fun :)
From what I got here, the word 'Hesten', meaning 'The horse,' takes form after what either 'et/en' goes after it? Like, if en is before skildpadde, it makes 'Skildpadden?' I might be extremely wrong on this, but it's just from observation.
You are correct, "en" before or after a word like in "skildpadde" is because the word "skildpadde" is common gender. "Et" before or after a word like in "hest" is because the word "hest" is neuter gender.