|6.1 Articles in Basic Form (Nominative)|
Later on we will have a look at the complete German declination. For now the basic forms in masculine, feminine and neutral version should be enough. Especially as there are only a few rules and a lot of not very logic definitions. The tomato is feminine (die Tomate), the baby is neutral (das Baby) and a girl is neutral (das Mädchen), too. But again there is only one way to get behind the "secrets of German grammar" - step by step.
Ok, here you see that there are three definite articles der (masculine), die (feminine), das (neutral).
The way the plural is formed seems to be quite irregular.
We'll have a look at it a bit later in formation of
Now we already can form little phrases.
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