Does anybody know of a good Swedish online dictionary?
They say the only way to know ett words from en words is by consulting a dictionary. I checked out about five online dictionaries this morning and none of them provided that information. Google translate cannot be trusted. I tried typing in "an apple" and it gave me "ett äpple," but with alternative translations that included "en Apple." I need something like wordreference.com. Unfortunately they don't have Swedish. :( Can you suggest anything?
One of the Swedish course contributors posted this earlier: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/5723209
Personally I usually just use Wiktionary. Might not be as comprehensive as other dictionaries but it does usually note the gender ("n" for neuter (ett), "c" for common (en)), and I'm already used to using it for other languages. Also sometimes has audio and/or etymology.
Arnauti's list is wonderful, but it looks like no excellent resource for learners is available, unless I just missed something. I agree, the wiktionary seems to be the best bet. However, I did not see where they note the gender (I looked up äpple). I guess I can suppose it by looking at the bestämd form (I noticed endings in -et and -en), right? Oh... I almost forgot to thank you! Thanks so much! Here's a lingot to show my appreciation and spruce up the page. :)
Thanks Davost! I like that one! [Arnauti had it on his list, but due to his comment ("It often gives a lot of synonyms, but not much else"), I did not even look at it.] It does give what I need and it seems user-friendly.
That's okay. It's neat to see how you embedded the link.
Nope. I used to know some formatting tricks but now I have forgotten them. How do you embed links?