It is similar to the English word the apple (der apfel)
English and German are both Germanic languages, they have a common ancestor.
Yes, both of the words come from Proto-West-Germanic *applu.
Der Apfel ist gut, but I cannot git gud int his language
Is "gut" similar to the Swedish "god" in that it means tasty/yummy in this context rather than literally "good"? If so, does "gut" have the same somewhat limited use as in Swedish where "bra" is used for the general meaning of "good"?
What is the difference between Der and Den?
Der apfel / Den apfel
i already saw those two in here..
Der changes to Den when it interacts with a noun. So :
The apple is Der Apfel.
The man eats the apple is Der Mann isst den Apfel.
(ein also changes to einen with the same condition)
Den or der apfel ,which ones right?