"The girl drinks the coffee."
Translation:Jenta drikker kaffen.
I think "jenta", because it shows that it´s feminin. But as i understood, also jenta is possible.
Is Hunen also correct for "the girl" or did I just make that up? I don't remember learning Piken.
'Hunen' is a made-up word meaning 'the she'. You shouldn't have encountered any sentences with the word 'piken', but this is another way of saying 'girl', but not as common as 'jenta'.
Where did you see 'piken'?
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