This should be easy because "jongen" sounds like "youngin'"
You don't pronounce it like youngin but more like youngun
What's the difference between "en" and "een"?
What's the difference between de jongen and een jongen?
'de jongen' means 'the boy' and 'een jongen' means ' a boy'
Can't hear this very well, ver stranger
??? Isn't it "jongen"? It says it's rakker?? Totally confused now!
It's very similar (and related) to the German 'Ein Junge'