"The woman drinks."
Translation:Die Frau trinkt.
I am having a little trouble understanding when and how to use the nomative "Die" vs. the feminine/ masculine pronouns of (Der/ Die, and the neuter Das).
Der is for males, Die for women, and Das for neutral things or those who end with CHEN like MadCHEN.
Thanks , i am a native spanish speaker learning german from english (before the spanish beta) sorry for my gramar .
Well, if you're just translating "The woman drinks," yes. You've written "The woman drinks water."
What is the major difference between trinke and trinkt because I seem to always mix the two up. :(
With my initial understanding, trinkt is used for describing the action of another person. He is drinking water - Er trinkt Wasser. Trinke is used to describe the action of self. I am drinking water - Ich trinke Wasser. Both are present tense.
Why to the child ( das kind) / the woman ( Die Frau) / the boy ( Der Junge) always use same verb, example Er/Sie isst Brot, das kind isst Brot, Die Frau isst Brot, Der Junge isst Brot.