It is "Hon äter."It means She eats
Or she is eating :)
Is there a way to know the difference or is it just context?
It depends on the context
In my language it means "put it down right now". :-)
I suppose its not hindi...
Im 35% swedish
I thought I heard here say, Un ater as in french!
is "hon" pronounced like "un" or "on"?
/hun/, if you're familiar with phonetics.
I'm not. What are phonetics?
Phonetics are basically a way to show pronunciation. Someone who actually knows what phonetics, correct me if I'm wrong. If I'm right, there you go!
The H is not silent. But not very distinct either. It should be a bit like "houn".
does anyone have tips one how to differentiate from hon/han (she/he)
The name "Hans" is typically a male's name. Hope that helps.
Great tip Jose!
Could think of hon like honey, and picture a guy calling his wife honey,
And han rhymes with man. And is very similar to the word too.
That's what i think too. Moreover, in Turkish, Han means Khan so it fits very well to remember.
Well, that is the difference. What do you mean?
Hon honey she
In my native language han is like haan a rooster so its male
I accidentally wrote hon ätee and it didn't mark it wrong or say there was a typo...
The playback is so fast ….its only ment for advance Swedish speakers