He's Batman in Swedish too, but he used to be called Läderlappen, which is a cool word. Literally it means 'a little piece of leather' but it's the name of a kind of bat, it seems to be called Vesper bat in English.
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A regular guy like me open this app trying to learn a little of swedish and also learns about spiderman and batman, and other animals. Even about spider's mouth and environment!
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what all does "en" entail? one, the? something else to? in English we have a separate word for everything. German and Swedish shorten things up a bit to give one word two or three different uses? am I wrong and confused?
I'm not entirely sure what you're asking, but en is the word fro "one", or "a/an". We use it both for counting and as an indefinite article. There is also ett, and which one you use depends on the gender of the noun.