Der Lehrer is a male teacher and Die Lehrerin is a female teacher. Die Lehrer is then the plural. I answered male teacher and I am technically correct
Thanks for saying this! My German teacher told me this. (When i went on a German short course - it ended sadly :( that's why I'm on this app)
Why does this tell me my answer is wrong? If I answer "teacher" it tells me to use "teachers"; if I answer "teachers" it tells me to use "teacher". Am I missing something?
Der Lehrer = the teacher
Die Lehrer = the teachers
Last time I said the teacher, and it told me to say the teachers. Now I say the teachers, and it tells me to say the teacher. Why am I wrong?
Die Lehrer is German for "The teachers"
Der Lehrer is German for "The teacher"
Der is singular, Die is plural.
'The teacher' is correct translation. But marked as wrong ??? Why
Isnt Professor also applicable for Lehrer?
No. A professor is not a teacher, technically.
Is there a German word for Lecturer? I.e. a teacher in university?
What is the symbol means. ?
It is next to impossible to distinguish between Lehrer and Lehre, the only thing that might help are the articles.