After a bit of research:
A plate = En tallerken
Plates = Tallkerkner
The plates = Tallerknerne
I'm guessing it's not due to misspelling, on your part, but rather mistyping, however, I'm just quickly going to correct:
Plates = Tallerkner
I believe the correct spelling is: A plate = En tallerken Plates = Tallerkener The plates = Tallerkenerne However most Danes will pronounce it how you spell it.
According to DSL (The Danish Language and Literature Society) both "tallerkner" and "tallerkener" are acceptable ways to spell 'plates'. Personally, I've always spelled it "tallerkner".
I hear the following:
single word pronunciation: /telergnone/
full sentence pronunciation: /telergnene/
So which one is correct? Or both?
I think it's funny in English, we could still say Have you any plates? Have you any wine? and it would be correct, but just an older way of speaking.
Will it be correct if it's "Hes du tallerkenerne" ? Instead of Har du ??
I thought --- hes- have har - has ??
"hes" isn't a word in Danish, the infinitive (to have) is "at have" and the present tense (have/has) is "har"
Thanks, You sure "hes" isn't a word ?? It was here in previous lessons I guess ....umm... Rather sure it was there.
Har = have, har = has. Danish doesn't conjugate according to person or number.
AT HAVE (to have)