I cannot hear the plural in the word "æbler" at all - what's the difference in the pronunciation of "æbler" and "æble"? I cannot hear any "r" in the end of the word even in the slow listening. It makes me really confused and sad... :p
You get an er sound at the end. Try to run it in Google Translate a few times. It's more clear there
The difference I think is how the vowel at the end is pronounced, a full e if it's singular and a half e if it's plural
Why is the translation for spiser required to be, "eats," rather than, "is eating," in this sentence?
I answered correctly but got marked wrong
Me too several times today!!!
A boy's apples is NOT English!
That was fulfilling to pronounce!!!
How can "en" fit together with a plural noun "æbler"?