How do you determine through the sound if neuter nouns like this one are in singular definite or indefinite form (since the 't' is not pronounced)? The difference between barnet and barn is distinguishable, but for eple and eplet, I can't tell them apart. Or perhaps words like eple are just rare cases?
We use s like in english, just without the '. So "Eplets farge" = The apple's colour.
"Bilens dør" = The car's door
"Hans eple" = His apple. You use the non-conjugated form like in english for apple.¨
Also, when a name or word ends in s and you want to use the s, you write just ' instead.
"Anges' eple" = Agnes's apple