To tell if you add en or et or n at the end of a word to create the definite form, you have to look at the ending, and the gender prefix. Add an en at the end of the word if it is an en word, that does not end with a vowel. Add an n at the end of the word if it is an en word, that ends with a vowel. Add an et at the end if it is an ett word. There are few weird ones still like vattnen.
Why is "Kvinnan dricker" translated with present countinous and "Kvinnan dricker vatten" with present simple?
TTS really fell short here. It sounds like she's saying something like "Kvinnan dri'er" with a glottal stop in the middle. Not good for beginners.
Okay, so if "Kvinnan dricker" stands for "The woman is drinking", how does one say "The women are drinking"?