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
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
Poor girl, tomatos taste bad
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