Donald Duck is Anders And in Danish.
This is life changing
What's the difference if any , between "ændens" & "andens" ?
ændens (plural) - the ducks' ; andens (singular) - the duck's. I think...
Brosans is correct that "andens", in this context, means "the duck's" (singular).
However "ændens" is not a word in the danish language.
"the ducks"(plural), is "ænder".
In French, un "canard" (duck) can be used as a familiar word to say a newspaper. So it almost makes sense for me :)
Anden laeser "Le Canard Enchainé".
Got one correct finally, but shouldn't "duck's" be "ands"?
duck's = ands
the duck's = andens