Why vit and not vitt?
Because it's en hatt.
En vit hatt.
Ett vitt hus.
Why didn't they explain it in here? or will it come later?
It comes a small bit farther up the tree, in the lesson Adjectives 1.
Explain what, the possessives? These are explained here, if you use a browser and scroll down at this page:
Tack. Jag tycker om simple answers.
I heard katt instead of hatt
Well... I've heard natt. Hahah!
'katt' is more pronounced of a k. /kʰæt/
'hatt' you can hear a trace, but it is definitely different. /hæt/
The a is not /æ/, but /a/.
why is it vit and not vita?
vita is used with definites and/or plurals.
Now I know how to call an ethical hacker in Swedish!