First one with more than one right option! (Despite the warning)
Aha! That's it. I spent like 5 minutes trying to figure out how I'd gotten it wrong. It never occurred to me that I had to choose both!
Why the plural should be accepted as a correct answer if the question refers only to singular?
Frugten = the fruit, Frugterne = the fruit or the fruits. though (in english) "fruits" is only used to when referencing kinds of fruit i.e. "there are various fruits in the bastket" "culinary fruits" "sweet fruits" etc.
I think that is because "fruit" in English can refer to more than one piece of fruit.
Man, danish is such a simple language.I love it!
Frugt = fruit
En frugt = (a) fruit
Frugten = the fruit
Frugter = fruit(s)
Frugterne = the fruit(s)