I typed aeble and it said I got it wrong. Is there a special way for me to enter the special character "ae"?
Hold down 'a' on the keyboard to see additional characters associated with the letter.
Only with danish keyboard. Try to hold "a". æ
Why it doesn't accept "she eats the apple" ?
How do you pronounce 'spiser'?? It sounds like she's saying either "shpeeTSa" or "shpeeZa". I can't make it out for sure
Does this help?
SpisssssssA. -er at the end is pronounced like "a"
Et i thought means the. Is it the or an, as said in this lesson?
When et or en are before the word it means a/an. When they are after it means the. Ex: æblet = the apple ... et æble = an apple
Why is it marking incorrect for "She eats the apple?"
I have the same concern...
How to hear a difference between "et aeble" and "aeblet" when saying it fast and together with other words?
Am i the only one having issues with telling "æblet" and "æble" apart by listening?
What is the æ called?
"Et æble" sound like " e: "
Is the entire danish language so simply spoken ?
i typed it out as this translation it said i was wrong because it should be "one" apple and idk why and how i can know when its one or the
I wrote She eats the apple. Why is this marked wrong.
Hun is she but also he, am I right?
No... Hun = She Han = He
I wrote "is" and shows "I" in sentence she is eating an apple :/
Danish is ezy but hard at the same time :(
and i would not go eny were saying Danish stuff.
I am saying it right and always get a wrong result
I say it right each time and it never works!
Again, I say it right and get a "wrong" answer. What is wrong with the system?