A horse is an animal!? I've been lied to my whole life!... My eyes have been opened!
No, just this specific one, note the definite article. The rest of them are aliens.
Wow, I thought it was a lemon.
The more you know..
Is it just me who heard "Hesten et dyr" without "er"?
THAT'S WHAT THE GOVERNMENT WANTS YOU TO THINK!!!
Thats what the government wants you to think.....
Could this only mean "this one specific horse is an animal" or also the more general "the entire species horse falls within the category animals"
It can refer to either, depending on the context. :)
The et (sound it) is pronounced so very slightly, but is there, can you hear?
I love this sentence. :)
I wrote "the horse is a animal" and got it wrong. I thought et stood for 'an' 'a' and 'one'
Ah, no no. Both en and et translate to "a" and "one" in English. But "an" is a special form of "a" which is used in front of words that start with a vowel sound: an animal, an answer, an unstable rift, an organ, an hour.
WHAT OMG I DIDNT KNOW
Anyone else having that you have the same sentence ten times before it registers