"Hun spiser brød."
Translation:She eats bread.
So, brød = (some) bread and brøed = the bread? I'm just starting and I am an english speaker so I want to get a hang of the articles
You could start with this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UmFv7T2p68 Edit: If you want something more comprehensive : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCELY640l4PvwswWPTfMQ5YA/videos
So brød is supposed to sound like polk?
Check this video, there's a good picture of the tongue position when saying the letter: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KtRux2J9O7s&list=UUELY640l4PvwswWPTfMQ5YA
I don't speak danish well enough yet, so mostly I just watched what he's doing. Nevertheless it was pretty helpful. Thanks
So apparently i messed up when "the" was added, though im wondering would the word chanfe for a male and female like bread would still be brød for both right?