"One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten!"
Translation:En, to, tre, fire, fem, seks, syv, otte, ni, ti!
I have got this task (to translate it from English to Danish) four time in a row, no joke! At least now I can definitely count to ten :D
I think I'm getting my languages mixed up again... so, in Danish, when one is counting, one should use en instead of ett?
You wouldn't use "ett" no matter what; the Danish word is "et" ;) your quest to learn all three Scandinavian languages is very impressive!
I would say that "en" is more common when counting, but it really comes down to being a matter of preference rather than a rule :)
If you're just counting from, and not referring to anything specific, en and et may be use as you want. Most of the people I know use "et", but I think there are regional preferences in play.
...razzm-frazzm et instead of ett... that's probably why I got marked wrong. Tak for din hjælp!