How can we tell if words like "dyr" are supposed to be singular or plural? I suspect I'm forgetting a grammar rule that would help with this.
Based on the context it appears in. Here, the (interrogative) pronoun indicates it: hvilken (singular, common), hvilket (singular, neuter), hvilke (plural).
Tak! I feel so stupid now, lol...I will blame it on being tired and having a headache. lol
For me in listening mode it's really hard to tell hvilket and hvilke apart since the t in the former isn't pronounced. Any suggestions?
Hvilke ends in the sound "uh", whereas hvilket ends like the common pronunciation of "it", where the T is nearly silent. The soft T is made by the tip of your tongue touching the top of your mouth, just above your two front teeth.
why is it deres and not jeres
What is the difference between "hvilket" and "hvis"? Do they both mean "which"?
Hvis is "Whose"
Hvilket is "Which" and it is adjusted to the grammatical gender.
Why not "What animal.."? You would get another meaning but I think it still valid.
Can't it be like "Which is their animal"? It is not accepting that though.