"These shoes are white."
Translation:Disse sko er hvide.
Could you possibky break down all the det, den, denne, dette, etc.? Duolingo is a diffiult platform to memorise these on.
En = A(n)
Den = That (or "the" when using an adjective: Den store bil = The/That big car)
Denne = This
Et = A(n)
Det = That (or "the" when using an adjective: Det store hus = The/That big house)
Dette = This
De = Those (or "the" when using an adjective: *De store hunde = The/Those big dogs)
Disse = These
You might also hear "Den/Det/De der" for "That/Those" and "Den/Det/De her" for "This/These"
The word sko in Danish is like the word sheep in English, it has what my grammar book calls "zero plural" (meaning the word is the same in both plural and singular, rather than it having no plural)
Thank you! So if you use a definite article it's "skoen" and can also mean the shoes, depending on context. Is there ever a "skoene?"