"You are a girl."
Translation:Du er en pige.
Danish seems easy when it is written but kind of hard when it comes to pronunciation, i hope i can overcome this difficulty ^0^
Oh I know I'm going to have a lot of fun with this pronunciation! It's really challenging.
do i have to pronounce it 'du eh iii pi-g? to me er sound like r in french. bonjou'r'
"Du" is the second person singular pronoun ("you" in English, used as the subject in a sentence).
"Der" would translate to "there" in English.
pige is indefinite, as in "en pige" (a girl). pigen is definite (the girl).
Is this just a bad grammar/pronunciation vs writing remark? Because for a second there I thought you were making a joke about pick-up lines: Hey, pige (girl), that g is useless there because you're a [cutie?] pie
Am I woooshed?