Den/det. Both den and det mean it. Den is used to replace masculine and feminine nouns, det replaces neuter nouns: De har en sofa.
What’s the difference between den and det?
Yup, if the noun happens to be masculine, then when it is the direct object in the sentence, it changes to “den” instead of “der”. All other genders stay the same. Take a look at this sentence. It has two masculine nouns (Mann, Ball) but the words for “the” are different.
How do you use a Norwegian Den?
Norwegian nouns have three genders. You use “den” with masculine and feminine nouns, and “det” with neuter nouns.
How do you pronounce det in Norwegian?
Det ‘it, that’ is pronounced as if it were written ‘de’, when stressed like the first part of the English vowel in ‘day’; when unstressed with the vowel in English ‘the’. De ‘they; you (formal – always written with a capital letter)’ is pronounced as if were written ‘di’.
What is the difference between Denne and dette?
Denne and den is used with singular masculine and feminine nouns. Dette and det is used with singular neuter nouns. Disse and de is used with plural nouns.
Where can I use DEN?
Nominative / Accusative – More Examples
For now it is enough when you notice that we use „den“ when the noun does not play the leading part and it is masculine. In all these example sentences the first noun is in the nominative case and the second noun is in the accusative case.
How do you pronounce og in Norwegian?
The dictionary suggests that ‘og’ is pronounced å. There might be a few dialects where this isn’t the case. The dictionary also suggests that the word ‘òg’ (meaning ‘også’) is pronounced either ‘åg’ or ‘å’.
Do you pronounce the g’in OG Norwegian?
“Og” is pronunced “o” – just as the letter å. The g should not be pronounced.