litet vs små?
lilen is used for the singular of common (en) nouns.
litet is used for the singular of neuter (ett) nouns.
små is used for the plural of all nouns.
It's an irregular adjective.
Then what about "lille"
That's the old singular determinate masculine form (Wiktionary)
Thank you. Sometimes, obviously, I must be told more than once. :-)
I appreciate everyone's patience.
I had that question as well, glad you asked! :)
Is barn always an ett word? What's the difference between ett barn and en barn?
"Ett barn" is singular undetermined form
"Barnet" is singular determined form
Only "Barn" is plural undetermined form
"Barnen" is plural determined form
We dont use "en barn"
It's always ett barn. It doesn't matter the sex of the child. The word gender goes with the noun, not what/who the noun represents.
You give me 2 different translations for the same question, so no mattet what I type. I cannot get pzst tjis quesyion. Please correct
So lille is always child or a child and små is always children?