bis später. Until then Bitte glücklich
Well, they are definite articles and you have to learn them with the nouns
Der - male (for ex. der Tisch / the table)
Die - female (die Katze / the cat) or plural (die Kinder / the kids)
Das - it (das Auto / the car)
Quick question: I noticed in German you put some words with capital letters even in the middle of a sentence…Is there a rule to know what to put that way??
How nice to find your question @Lilyope, and the article goes with the genus/sex of the word … I will do a grammar lesson after you guys have the vocabulary done and @lpfan61 we write names and nouns with a capital letter always
All the nouns??thing nouns too? Ok… I’ll keep in mind… thanks!
All the nouns- thing nouns too… and you are welcome dear
Visiting the German section requires knowing German of course:
Is it me or is it actually non-resealable?
Here you’ll go
It looks like they lied … and we can learn that vocabulary actually:
Resealable = wiederverschliessbar
adjective - object
How can you type it without spelling mistakes?? I think I 'll try to memorize easy words first…
Haha, I have German on my keyboard
LOL, is it normal that I know the German word and not the English one even though I learn English like 5 years longer than German?
Also as im sure you all know, unlike English, German and other languages consist of the letters such as ä,ü,ö,ß, etc.
I am down to help out here, if anyone got a question feel free to hmu!
Thanks for the help
More words to study:
Cool, so do we have students @chigokurosaki ? And would it make sense to make a grammar lesson this weekend?
Only whoever wants to be, and yes, you can set a lesson.