The pronunciation of word "lavet" should be updated to match how it is said by Danish.
Yeah, the pronunciation is kinda off here. It is more like "lad" with a soft d at the end.
A lot of verbs ending in -et are pronounced with a soft d at the end. (however pronouncing the t is still correct)
There are several ways to translate this and they all sound more natural than the answer given.
What's wrong with "There are many films made about Andersen's fairy tales"?
So how would you say "Many films are made about Andersens fairy tales"?
Mange film er lavet om Andersens eventyr.
It sounds a little Yoda, but it's not a wrong sentence.
Should be 'have' instead of 'has' to be gramatically correct
Eventyr can't be adventure here?
I mistakenly put that in the first sentence I came across with that word, and it worked.
His lavet sounds just like vaere and it makes sense but now I know what DL wants