the answer: ( the child is sleeping ) is not correct? How do we know that this is plural. If singular is ett barn (a child) , plural the same ett barn (children)
"Ett" means "one" or "a" so it can never be part of a plural.
Ett-words commonly get -en ending in definite plural, thus looking like a definite singular en-word. It's a mess, but that's the way it is.
The child is sleeping would be "barnet sover".
How is the "o" is "sover" pronounced? Is it like "å" or the British English pronunciation of "o" as in "hot"
One isn't man