I tried "Han er et mand." How do I know when to use "en" (which is apparently correct here) instead of "et"?
So you say "et bord" (the word for 'table' is neuter) and "en kvinde" (the word for 'woman' is of the common gender)
It's just a different gender. And you can't guess, you just need to know, as always when a language has genders.
Han means the same thing in Swedish celebrates
They're pretty similar languages
VERY similar ^^
Danish swedish norwedgen that are allmost the same.
When to use mand and when to us manden ?
mand = man
manden = the man
same with the neuter gender:
æble = apple
æblet = the apple
thanks mate . Sorry for the late acknowledgement
the hell. i wrote 'han er en mand' first time, didnt work. 2nd time changed to man* , now my first answer showed up as the right answer....
Weird. "Han er en mand" is definitely the only correct answer here.
I dont understand the pronouns and adjectives. I guess im just confused
I right manden... Why rong?!
After that we say manden what difference now