"He drinks the water and eats the bread."
Translation:Han drikker vandet og spiser brødet.
(Just pasting it here for people to read it)
It took me a few days to find it out, but in the computer version (instead of mobile app), there are clear and helpful grammar explanations and instructions on the "tips" button on each lesson!
I believe the exercises are a good fit if you read the grammar explanations first! I was having a hard time with those, before finding that out!
Hope that helps!
It really isn't that complicated actually; in Swedish it's "man/mannen" (man/the man), so the only difference is the dubbled consonant before the suffix "-en". You can even check if you need to add that extra consonant based on the length of the vowel sound, e.g a short vowel like "hem/hemmet" (home/the home) vs. a long vowel like "gran/granen" (pine/the pine).
When saying the water why say "vadet" adnd not "vanden" as you do for pigen and manden?
It is of the same reason you use either "el" or "la" in front of nouns in Spanish; "vand" belongs to another group of nouns than "pige" and "mand" so they have different endings. However, " vand" exist in two forms so you could write "vanden", but then it has a slightly different meaning.
If you're on your phone, try holding the keys for a bit and it should pop up. If that doesn't work, go to your keyboard settings and select another language (preferably Danish, though my English keyboard has other letters), and you should be able to switch between that one ams the one(s) you use currently. If this doesn't work, go to google app store and you'll probably find something there, I was recommended swiftkey by another user. Hope this helps :)