After the chicken have been reading it. What a clever animals are living in Denmark.
Can someone please help me. I am having a little difficulty understanding "en" and "et"... in the previous lessons "et" meant "a" now it means "the"...I'm so confused....
When "en" or "et" is placed before the noun it acts as the indefinite article, "a" or "an" but when it is used as a suffix, (for example "Hunden") it changes its meaning to "The"
Choose the lesson on definites and / or indefinites and read the Tips section which will explain.
I simpler love danish,I am a Spanish native speaker,but I'm sure I will read it
Yes, You should only say what you have learned of that word in that language or hover over the word and see the options.
Is it just me or is somebody else having problems with the mic when recording?
The neuter gender doesn't necessarily follow how animate the real world objects are, it is just a grammatical gender. Saying most nouns referring to animate things are usually common gender is more a rule of thumb than a fixed law of the language. Many inanimate objects are also common gender.