When do you use 'det' and and when do you use 'den'?
Have I missed something?
Did you already do the lessons "Definites" and "Adj. 1"?
en words - den, en bil - den gula bilen
ett words - det, ett hus - det gula huset
Plural (en and ett) - de, klockor - de gula klockorna
No, I didn't take those lessons yet, I am at the possession lessons. It just really annoys me when Duo doesn't explain these kind of things when they are already relevant, so I really wanted to know when to use when so I actually know what I'm doing instead of memorising sentences, because I don't think that that helps learning at all.
Although when you use "den" or "det", the noun also changes: den gula bilEN, det gula husET, de gula klockorNA
en-words get -en while ett-words get -et and plurals get -na