Dette æble er råddent på den ene side dette = this æble = apple er = is råddent = rotten (there is a 't' at the end of the word because it's an adjective, and it will depend on what is rotten if there's a 't' or not. It's like 'en' and 'et') på = on den = the ene = one (there's an 'e' at the end because there's 'the' before it, if that makes sense) side = side
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