So uh in english standard grammar this would be "It is not she." and people just say "it is not her" in day-to-day speech
is that the same way in danish? that in pretty "proper" literature and whatnot it's "det er ikke hun" or is it always "det er ikke hende"? And if in literature it's "det er ikke hun", then "det er ikke hende" is what is used in spoken Danish, right?
i'm being a bit perfectionist here but i'd like to be as clear as possible with this aha
"Det" pronunciation: http://forvo.com/word/det/#da
"De" pronunciation: http://forvo.com/word/de/#da
"Det" is pronounced "de" with a short "e" sound, "de" is pronounced like "di" with a long "i" sound ("dee" if it were English pronunciation).
Danish has a lot of vowel sounds that can initially sound the same to speakers of some languages and it takes a bit of time to tune your ears to hear the difference.