Is the "h" in "hus" silent? I kind of hear something, but not quite get what it is.
So both 'hus' and 'hos' mean house? Is there a distinction between them that I have missed?
(et) hus = (a) house huset = the house "hos" is something completely different, not meaning house at all. "Hos" can mean with or at depending on context. "de er på besøk hos oss" would literally mean "they are on visit at us" I hope this helps some (:
denne (m/f) and
dette (neuter/unknown) mean "this."
In this sentence, you can translate
det as either "that" or "it."