I cannot begin to pronounce "rører"! Any pointers for a native US English speaker?
It's even closer to English than that! at ride means to ride, when it comes to horses at least
"Hestene" has a short "e" kind of sound at the end, it is audible here, but picking it out takes a bit of getting used to
I didn't hear the ending neither in this (hestene) or in the previous (bedstemoren) - and I am a native danish speaker.
Is it more audible in actual Danish speech? Because if not then i think im hopeless haha
Hesten = The horse. Hesterne = The horses. Katten = The Cat. Kattene = the cats. Osten = The cheese. = The cheese
For common gender nouns (that's most of them). -en on the end means definite article what where we would use "the" before a noun. -ene means a definite plural noun.
Yes, I know; I meant the difference in pronunciation. The final -e in hestene seems not to be pronounced, so I wondered if you can hear the difference between the two forms.
You heard correct. The audio has a fault here, but if you play the slow version you will hear a more accurate version.