Why the -e on the adjective? Bord is an het-word.
The word itself is 'roze', so it always has the -e ending.
I couldn't hear if he said "Ik heb een roze boot or bord"
I hear bord with my native Dutch ears, but I can imagine it's hard to hear the difference if you're learning the language.
The 'd' at the end of a word is usually pronounced 't'.
Why would it be pink instead of red? Can someone fill me in?
Why is it "roze" and not "roos" as it is a AN "Het" word?
Because the "het form" of pink already is "roze", it just doesn't get an extra 'e' when you use it with a de woord.
It sounds like "ik heb een oranje bord"