Dyr is the same in the plural?
Yes, it's like in English-fish would be the same as its plural form.
Or, even better, like English "deer".
Seeing as they're cognates and all.
But "dyrene" also exists, no?
Yes, but that means "the animals" (definite)
Ah! I had the same question.
This is a good sentence for remembering that heste, hunde, and katte all end in -e. Good idea, Duo! :-)
"Hunde" here sounds like "tun". Mistake or complicated danish?
It's an audio mistake