Nope, just "børn"
Et barn (A child), barnet (the child), flere børn (several children), alle børnene (all the children)
Thnaks for the explanation, Sean. You helped everybody here, I am sure. Thank you!
Børn means childern, dyr means animals
Børnehave means kindergarten, dyrehave means zoo
The "e" is introduced to glue the compound words together.
barn = child
et barn = a child
barnet = the child
børn = children
børnene = the children
Just me that can only hear 'bøger' and not 'børn'?... yes, no, maybe? I don't know.
S'pose the audio's a bit mangled...
No, you are not alone. Now that I have spoken with some real people outside, the feminine voice here is terrible