I thought if you were talking about someone's occupation there was no article, e.g., 'han er lærer' or 'hun er politibetjent'?
You can do both.
Then surely both should be allowed?
If "kvinden er forfatter" isn't allowed, then please report it
I wrote in author and it said it had to be writer :,(
i had the same issue because it gave me author as a translation
'the woman is an author' why not correct?
well for me it was correct
they must have fixed it so author is accepted now
Do folks in Denmark make any distinction between the terms WRITER and AUTHOR? Are they somewhat interchangeable in Danish, as they are in English?