So using et or en means one or a/an and adding en to the end means the?
Yeah. If you use et for a/an, then you use it for "the" at the end also. Et barn, barnet. En hest, hesten.
A girl is eating is eating a tomato
A girl is eating the tomato
Poor girl, tomatos taste bad
I always get this one wrong because I am too used to German. "Tomaten" in German means "Tomatoes", but in Dansk it means " The tomato". Probably a pretty common mistake.
Yes, I agree! I have some German and am learning Danish as a beginner.I keep falling for similar mistakes, thinking it is like German
Which tomato!? Is it the big tomato aka the city of Milan? Im confused let by through wait feels like a latch i got it the=%/=_toe000