Could it also be, "Är det den sista gruppen?" Why is "den" not needed?
I'd also assume that there is a den in the sentence that can be omitted. I do not know why, but otherwise the sentence would not make any sense to me.
Could somebody explain this?
With ordinals, we don't need an article, and sista works the same way. It's like words like första, andra, tredje, and sista contain enough definiteness in themselves so that you can skip the article. But you can have it too, both ways are fine.
I was wondering about that as well. Thanks for clarifying this!
Does "det" alone count as a determiner? One correct answer is given as "Is that the..." but the answer "Is this the.." is counted as wrong.
You need det här for this.
Is this the last group" wrong why?
"this" is det här or detta, but never just det.
Why not "Är det den sista gruppen"?