That's why I love to learn with Duolingo. Thanks sooo much for these explanations!!
Och samma på finska: Pienet sammakot, pienet sammakot ne lystikkäitä on / pienet sammakot, pienet sammakot ne lystikkäitä on / ei korvia, ei korvia, ei häntää laisinkaan / ei korvia, ei korvia, ei häntää laisinkaan
Normally, yes, but this is the title of a song and the den/det/de can disappear in names.
The german word for toad is Kröte, which sounds a bit like groda....what would toad be in swedish?
That would be padda.
Kröte used to be Krode, so that's kind of the missing link between the words in the two languages. But nobody knows for certain - that's just an educated guess. :)
Ok, it seems that "små" is invariable, which is a good news. But I am wondering how to say "the smallest" or "smaller than".
And to answer the initial question, smaller - smallest is: mindre - minst/minsta (predic./attrib.)
I think it would be Den lilla grodan. Lilla/liten/litet/små is always tripping me up, but I found this link helpful: http://www.thelocal.se/blogs/theswedishteacher/2010/05/14/liten-litet-lilla-sma/