"She is a girl."
Translation:Hun er en pige.
It's easy to remember what "she" means in Danish. It's like "Hun (she)! I'm home!" It's kind of random, but it works... ;D!
et is (mostly?) used to describe objects ( a tree, a car etc.) en is used for persons and animals (a man, a cat)
If you are fluent in Danish, many universities in Denmark will offer you free tuition. That's why I am here, but honestly, this language is very difficult to learn.
Yup Jeg drikker-I drink/I am drinking Same for you, he, she, we etc it's all drikker
I am racing a friend to learn Danish, he was learning Norwegian and me a romance language. He basically knows half the vocab.