I'm a pig!
When you grow up you will become queen.
Lol. That's what was going through my head.
Can somebody explain to me when to use pigen/dregen and pige/drege? :)
"pigen" = "the girl"
"en pige" = "a girl"
Pigen and dregen are used when it has "the" at the start like "the girl". Unlike peige or dregen which is just "girl"
I think that it's pigen, dregen, kvinden, etc, when is plural or when it is not directly talking about one woman, is A woman
I take the fact the Irish has no a/an for granted...
'Sea. Táim sa bhaile cheana féin. Níl aon tinteán mar do thinteán féin...
I'm learning places now and out of nowhere i get this sentence.
Im not a girl im a boy
i hate English