Im under the impression from the duo audio that with the -en at the end the word ends with a hard consonant sound rather then pronouncing the vowel before the final n. Is that wrong? Can you share a sample? Thanks
I would say the DL audio for "kyllingen" is correct. The difference between "kylling" and "kyllingen" is an extra guttural "ng" sound at the end. If you want to pronounce it very clearly and accurately you add a "øn" sound in the end.
Can "spiser" in this sense mean "ate" instead of "eat" because "i eat the chicken" doesn't make as much sense as "i ate the chicken". Or is there different phrasing for past tense verbs that i an just not aware of yet?