"One, two, three"
Translation:Ett, två, tre
Yes, but I’d say ett is more common for just counting if you’re not referring to anything in particular. If you’re counting e.g. people or things that are en-words, you’d have to say en, and ett for ett-words.
Also, when counting to music, it’s more common with en: en två tre fyr’.
so it's ett by default unless referring to en-words , am i right ? and thanks for the help
My point was that it could be either en or ett by default if you’re not referring to something in particular. But I have a feeling ett is a bit more common.