It depends whether it refers to an utrum word (er, din) or an neutrum word (ert, ditt).
Okay, so let's say the word in an 'en' word. What is the difference between er or din in that context? Thanks for helping!
And what about era and sina ... i mean when do we add 'a' ? Is it when we are talking about plurality?
Now, is this only a technical difference, or would this have difference in casual speech?
I'm hearing a "dr" sound for "Din." Is "drin" the right way to say that pronoun?
Hm. Well, maybe this is just another example of how the TTS used here is not quite right. I could have sworn I heard the Astrid voice when I was going through a lesson earlier this morning, but it started in the middle of a lesson and soon seemed to revert back to the original anyway.
Anyhow, thanks for clarifying! :)
Not really making the distinction between what and which. 'What book is yours?' is incorrect. Is that because 'what' in this context is deemed incorrect grammar?
Whats the difference bwtw "vilken" and "vilket"? Does it have to do with et or en words?
So if i want to say for example: what a day, i say ( vilken dag) or ( vad dag) ?
I thought vilken meant which and vad meant what so for what a day why would it be vilken dag? Wouldnt that translate to which day?