"The girl has an egg."
Translation:Flickan har ett ägg.
Is there any way if telling if a word is an 'en' or 'ett' word? Because sometimes I get confused... is it like in spanish with masculine and feminine?
I'm sorry, there's not really a set rule for en/ett. Not even a proper clue like in english where first letter of the word being a vowel or not is an indicator. This is something you generally have to develop a feel for as time goes on.
It’s just a rule of thumb and there are plenty of more living things than egg that are ett like barn (child), svin (swine), får (sheep), lejon (lion) etc.