Could it be also "en jente" right?
Are there any situations where it would be correct only to use "ei" and where "en" is incorrect? Or can "en" be used wherever "ei" is used?
En Can always be used instead of ei but not the other way. This is because some regions dont use ei
Why is sometimes girl : jentA and sometimes jentE?
jenta = the girl,
en jente / ei jente = a girl
What is the difference?
If you mean the difference between 'en, et, and ei' it's that 'en' is feminine and masculine, 'et' is neuter, and 'ei' is feminine.
for example, ET barn, EN mann, EI/EN kvinne.
Thank you very much Torben.
Tusen Takk! :D
muchas gracias! me ayudó bastante
Why i got wrong?
"Barnet er janta"
As I understand it: "Barnet er jenta" means "The child is 'the' girl" but they want "The child is 'a' girl"
Where did ei come from? I thought that meant egg
Yoda is a girl?