"En man äter ett äpple."
Translation:A man is eating an apple.
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Swedish nouns have genders, by that I mean, articles and adjectives will slightly change depending on what gender the word is.
There are only two genders, "Ett" nouns (Neuter), and "En" nouns (Common).
So "Ett grönt äpple" -> "A green apple", but "En grön man" -> "A green man".
As for how do you know when a word is an "En" noun rather than an "Ett" noun?
There aren't really any concrete rules. It's mostly just memorization.