How to say a, an, the in German?

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learning German grammar is the first step to master the German language and become fluent as soon as possible


That’s why today we will learn more about the German language basic grammar and how to pronounce definite and indefinite articles + pronouns

What are the definite articles?
The definite articles in German refer to specific persons or objects …etc.
They are : der, die, das, die (plural) they all mean the word “the” in English
der is used for masculine nouns (Male)
 die is used for feminine nouns (Female)
das is used for neuter nouns (Objects like car)

What are the indefinite articles?
The same is true for the indefinite articles.

As in English there are two indefinite articles ”a an” that we use with singular nouns like kid, car or hund ”dog”
German also has two indefinite articles: ein is used for masculine (Male)
and eine is used for feminine nouns (Female)

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First, let’s start learning how to pronounce definite and indefinite articles + pronouns .. Repeat with me
Ich = I

Er = He

der Mann = The man

die Frau = The woman

das Kind = The kid

eine Familie = a Family

  meine Familie = My Family

Finally.. how to memorize these word and never forget them?
1- Repeat their pronunciation many times
2- Write them in your notebook so as to review them daily
3- Use magical sticky notes..
Do you want to know how?.. Let me help you

When you’re memorizing words, write down every word on a colorful sticky note and put it in your room to see them all the day long
This method will help you to memorize and remember German words in no time 😀

in order to improve your German level and become fluent in German
All you need to do is to..

1- Study these lessons
2- Read my articles

I can’t wait to read your feedback about this lesson in the Comments below, My lovely Friends 😍

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Wish you all best of luck ^_^

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