Why do we use "til" here and not "for"?
For the audio, I can't hear a difference between kod and kodet - am there supposed to? When people pronounce those, is it different?
I can hear the "t" at the end of kodet...not sure about "kod". I think if you're speaking people probably can't tell the difference anyways
I cannot tell in which cases "de" means "the" or "those". "Those " was marked wrong here.
With an adjective, you need "de" to say "the". If there is no adjective "de" usually means "those".
Would "stoves" be correct for "pander" as well?
Should "kødet" be pronounced with a soft d sound or with a regular t sound at the end? I thought it was with a soft d sound but I can hear the t sound in the recording.