"He is a child."
Translation:Han er et barn.
I don't know why 'en' isn't correct answer. What is the difference between 'en' and 'et'?? I'm so confusing about this...
There seems to be either a glitch, a test or a feature where sentences from previous lessons creep into later ones. This sentence was written in Basics 2.
I wrote: Han er barned.
I forgot it, and now I'm confused, its not to be supposed that you add "en" when is a person not an object (et)?
And why it is wrong to add to "barn" a "en" when you wanna say "a boy"?