In which situations do you use "eins" instead of "ein/eine/einen"?
I would like to know too. I was afraid eine would be wrong because it specified one.
Can this also be "He is eating an orange"?
how can you tell which one it is though??
eine can be used as "an, a or one" the only difference will be the gender. do correct me if i'm wrong ^^
Eating one orange means one and not two... An orange is different... Why is eins wrong?
Is "Er isst einen Orange" wrong?
When the noun is feminine ein becomes 'eine'
Yes. "Orange" is feminine.
Why is it 'er' as opposed to 'er?' thanks :)