That's how I remember it, honestly. Especially since they're pronounced the same.
I understand fågel and fågeln, but i dont understand the plural... I believe its fåglar? Can someone explain or is it just because thats how swedish is?
Context. But I believe "en" always means "a" (when preceding a common-gender noun), whereas the number "one" is always "ett". (And of course, "ett" also can be the indefinite article for neuter-gender nouns.)
What is the difference between en or ett ? Can somobody help me because I do not understand when to use en and when to use ett?
Swedish has two genders: common (en words) and neuter (ett words). You basically need to learn the gender with the noun. It is the same as learning die, der, und das in german.