How to say a, an, the in German?

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)

 

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

 

Jobs

der Architekt = Architect

der Programmierer = Programmer

der lehrer = Teacher

der Journalist = Journalist

der Musiker = Musician

der Fotograf = Photographer

der Student = Student

Days of the Week Vocabulary

Montag = Monday

Dienstag = Tuesday

Mittwoch = Wednesday

Donnerstag = Thursday

Freitag = Friday

Samstag = Saturday

  Sonntag = Sunday

Family Members

der Großvater = Grandfather

die Großmutter = Grandmother

der Vater = Father

die Mutter = Mother

der Sohn = Son

die Tochter = Daughter

  der Bruder = Brother

  die Schwester = Sister

der Onkel = Uncle

die Tante = Aunt

Body Parts

der Körper = Body

 das Bein = Leg

das Haar = Hair

 das Auge = Eye

das Gesicht = Face

der Mund = Mouth

  die Nase = Nose

  das Ohr = Ear

der Arm = Arm

die Hand = Hand

Feelings

 

 

Glücklich = Happy

😟 Besorgt = Worry

Wütend = Furious

😔 Traurig = Sad

Eile = Hurry

Nervös = Nervous

 😒 Langweilig = Bored

 🤩 Aufgeregt = Excited

überrascht = Surprised

 Verblüfft = Amazed