Now Im a sexiest because I put en glass. Hehe
Why is it et and not en?
Because the grammatical gender of 'glass' is neuter.
I think I remember from a previous lesson that a glass of milk was en glass melk, so do the contents of the glass change its gender?
Why must it have a gender? 'Tis a word, not a person. "Engelsk" is much less complicated as a language.
id argue that the only way english is less complicated is that it doesn't have many gender based grammatical conventions
Discussing gender based rules or conventions is quite useless, isn't it? It is as it is. Want to learn another language? Then learn it. It think it is a bit challenging, but is that not most of the fun of it?
English words: thought, tough, though, straight, cough. It is pretty complicated, and I'm a native speaker.
A lot of English people struggle with there/their/they're, your/you're etc. More complicated than people realise at times :)
Why must a person have a gender either? There's no justification for these things; languages are just weird.