Why is it den røde ræv rather than den rød ræv -- isn't røde plural?
the -e ending on adjectives is used both for plural and when there is a definite article (den/det/hans/hendes/sin etc.). The definite article will always replace the definite ending (-en/-et) when there is an adjective
I wrote 'Han ser røde ræven ',can anybody explain why is this incorrect?
If yiu don't put "den" on "røde" becomes the subject, and in this sentence it is the fox wich is subject
The fox on the rocks.... and the musical box!