It has been really hit or miss for me with the verbal questions. I really had a hard time figuring out whether it was saying, "hun"; "hund"; or "hunde". Does anyone know of [a] more reliable source[s] to hear the pronunciation of danish words? Until I train my ear more, I'd like to be able to reference a few different places.
Not sure if you've found the answer to your question yet, but I'll respond anyway X'D 'Hun' is pronouned the way it's spelled (HOON). 'Hund' is similar, but it has a slight 'stop' at the end. Like in 'uh-oh'. It's called a glottal stop, or 'stød'. So, 'hund' is (HOON-). 'Hunde' is (HOON-uh), b/c the ending 'e' is at the end of the word--and it's much more lazily said than if it was anywhere else c:
uh sort of er on the end of a word means the (blank) and er means (blank)s and erne or nre means the (blank)s or if the word already has part of it its like this (blanker) plural and the now is (blankerne) also if you have sugar (sukker) or something else that has all of it all ready then if its a the sugar its et insted of er