If you want to feed ducks it's better to offer them something like peas.
"Is eating" and "eats" are the same, right? Is there a difference between them?
So do all/most of the non-countable nouns end with "et" when you want to change them in definite form? Kaffet, vattnet, saltet..
oljan, soppan... The vocabulary so far makes it look like a trend - well spotted - but small samples create misleading impressions of trends. Still, it can be a memory hook for some of the ett words learned so far. :)
Is the TTS for "ankan" weird in this sentence? It seems like she pauses a bit too long between the syllables "an" and "kan", as if it were two words.