It could be either and both should be accepted. The only way to know would be through context and body language, although sometimes "ét" and "én" can be used to emphasise the fact that it is "one" and not "a(n)", with the accent representing the stress rather than a change in pronunciation
Thanks. Both do appear to be accepted. I was wondering if there was any hint besides context.
I am still trying to grasp when to use "en" vs "et". Can someone please give me a definitive explanation?
Maybe it is an overgrown ostrich, or maybe they just minced the apple and they are giving the slices to small birdies.
I put in a apple and it said it was wrong I used a translation listed so that should be right not wrong its just so stupid that it only counts 1