Only because the speaker is from Stockholm. Just say it with a T and an E sound after one another, no frills
Tips and Notes only explains en and ett words. What is a t-gender? Thanks for your reply.
"En" means "n-gender". "Ett" means "t-gender".
It's the same thing, just two different names for them.
In English 'drinks' is in the simple present and it shows a customary action whereas 'is drinking' shows an action taking place at the moment of speaking. In Sevenska 'dricker' can be translated 'drinks' and/or 'is drinking'. How/when do we differentiate between the two tenses in Svenska?
There's no way, just use the context to guess. Like in Russian and some other languages.