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Lesson 2 - Directions
What is it?

Nouns are for example objects, persons and animals.

Basically anything you can prefix with the articles a and the.

The Rules
IndefinitePrefixed
Common (en)en [noun]
Neuter (en)et [noun]
DefiniteSuffixed
Common (en)[noun]+en
Neuter (et)[noun]+et
Exception!!!
DefinitePrefixed
Common (en)den [adj] [noun]
Neuter (et)det [adj] [noun]

We prefix the definite article when we for example add an adjective (read more) to the noun or when specifiying an object as when saying: den bil (der) (that car (there)).

Examples
Singular IndefiniteSingular DefiniteSingular Definite (prefixed)
en bil
bilen
den bil
a carthe carthat car
en stol
stolen
den stol
a chairthe chairthat chair
en blomst
blomsten
den blomst
a flowerthe flowerthat flower
et hus
huset
det hus
a housethe housethat house
et bord
bordet
det bord
a tablethe tablethat table
et træ
træet
det træ
a treethe treethat tree