Dangit, I made him a barn.
How do I know whether I use "en" or "et" for a/an??
I may be too late, but this might help you: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/4288076/Rules-about-en-and-et
Can someone tell me how to know the difference between hun and han?
Hun sounds like honey as in "Honey I'm home".
Han could be Hansel from Hansel and Gretel (as in Hansel is the male). Or if you're a star wars fan Han as in Han Solo! :D
I figured this out by imagining a Scottish person saying "Och, he is only a bairn".
I wrote in danish but duolingo says you write in english??
I was writing in Danish not English and Duolinguo didn't recognize it. Fix that, please! I am a Spanish boy trying to learn Danish
Does "er" has a meaning of "has"?
I wrote "He has a child" and it was wrong.
Er means is (also am and are) :)