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Lesson 10 - Likes and Dislikes
What is it?

Adjectives are used to describe something. Usually immediately in front of the noun, for example: et sødt hus (a sweet house).

The Rules
  • A 't' is added when single and Neuter
  • An 'e' is added when single and Definite
  • An 'e' is added when many
Singular IndefiniteSingular DefinitePlural IndefinitePlural Definite
Common (en) en [adj] [noun] den [adj] +e [noun] [adj] +e [noun] de [adj] +e [noun]
Neuter (et) et [adj] +t [noun] det [adj] +e [noun]
Examples
Singular IndefiniteSingular DefinitePlural IndefinitePlural Definite
en rød bil
den røde bil
røde biler
de røde biler
a red carthe red carred carsthe red cars
en klog hund
den kloge hund
kloge hunde
de kloge hunde
A clever dogThe clever dogClever dogsThe clever dogs
et sødt hus
det søde hus
søde huse
de søde huse
a sweet housethe sweet housesweet housesthe sweet houses
et stort træ
det store træ
store træer
de store træer
a big treethe big treebig treesthe big trees