Translation:He has an apple.
What is the difference between "et" and "en"? Could we say :" Han har en aeble"?
The gender of the word that comes after et or en makes the difference: en is masculine and feminine and et is for neuter. en mand, en kvinder, et æble.
He has an apple:
Er det samme som at sige.
Han har et æble
Is har also an infinitive form of have? because I saw that "at spise" = "to eat", but I dont know how to make an infinitive of other verbs. I am a little bit confused about this.
Most verbs only add an "-r" to form the present tense (at spise --> spiser, at drikke --> drikker) but "at have" (the infinitive form of "har") is irregular
The Text-To-Spech sounds like she is saying "Han Har æble æble" is that happeneing to anyone else or is it just me?