Also known as grapefruit
Or a lemon :D
I thought a yellow grapefruit was "en gul grapefrugt", but I prefer the pink grapefruit. I wonder what a Blood Red Orange would be in Danish, perhaps "en rød appelsin"
That'd be "en blodappelsin" !
They are called oranges for a reason
In fact, my friend, oranges are really green.
Name a yellow fruit. Orange!
It's not ripe yet!
Is appelsin a t-word or an n-word? Foods such as mælk, æble & æg are t-words, so I thought the appelsin should be a t-word too?
Remember that there is not much rhyme nor reason to whether nouns are en or et. Appelsin is definitely en.
Actually, I've noticed that nouns with -r tend to have -et.
I'm not trying to say there are no tendencies, but I am still unaware of any hard and fast rules. It would be wrong to think all foods are et words, just because mælk, æble, and æg are.
Appelsin is a n-word, and mælk is a n-word too. Because you can't say et mælk or et appelsin, it's en mælk and en appelsin. Btw i'm 11 years old and from Denmark ;-)
Good advice. But would you ever say 'en mælk' instead of 'nogen mælk'? Do you use 'en mælk' to mean 'et flaske mælk'?
would be en flaske maelk
Is that edible?
I don't think so.
ikke spiser det
A lemon? Lol
Jeg kan ikke godt lide det!
How can a orange be yellow?
It sounded like the speaker said applesinen to me