the translation suggest "De" can be "those". Can this sentence mean "those are girls"?
Yes it can. (I'm native)
Jeg, Du, Han, Hun, Vi, De :)
Do you very slightly pronounce the g in piger as you would a d in some cases or is it completely silent?
I leaned the pronunciation /di/ for de, is both correct? Forvo says it also differently from the pronunciation here.
De in Swedish is pronounced 'dom' it took them a while to fix the voice over. Is this the same in Danish? Or is it pronounced properly here? Tak! :)
It is correct here (pronounced "di")
Oh awesome! thank you! Interesting to see the similarities and differences between the two! :)
In plural the girls you say pigerne. How is it said the girl (in singular) ?
Aren't the verbs conjugated? Is "er" valid for she, he, we, I...?
It is. Danish verbs don't conjugate by person
De it means You(plural) but it means also They.How could I Know the difference.