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what is the difference between veckan and vecka?
Feb 6, 2011 2:23 PM
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There are two genders in Swedish: general gender and neuter gender. The indefinite article of general gender is "en" and it is placed before a noun: en flicka, en hund. The indefinite article of neuter gender is "ett' and it is placed before a noun: ett barn, ett hus. When add either "en" or "ett" to the end of the noun, this article is considered to be the definite article (becomes the definite article): en flicka - a girl flickan - the girl ("e) in "en" is omitted when a noun ends in a vowel) ett hus - a house huset - the house (one "t is always omitted) en vecka - a week veckan - the week
February 6, 2011
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Chinese (Mandarin), Chinese (Other), English, Swedish
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