What are the German articles and how do I use them?
In German, there are three articles: "der" (masculine), "die" (feminine), and "das" (neuter). The article you use depends on the gender of the noun you're referring to.
In German, every noun has a gender: masculine, feminine, or neuter. The gender of a noun is not necessarily related to the gender of the object or concept that the noun represents. For example, the German word for "girl" (Mädchen) is neuter, while the word for "boy" (Junge) is masculine.
The gender of a noun is important because it determines the form of the articles and adjectives that are used with the noun. In German, there are three articles: der (masculine), die (feminine), and da