If it had been "The girl has the hat" then it would have been Das Mädchen hat den Hut rather than der Hut
Maybe cause she is under 18. I mean like kids. The article for kids and things is das. Ist es richtig?
Nein. Das Mädchen, yes, but der Junge. Mädchen ends in -chen, a diminutive suffix, and thus is neuter.
I said this one right each time and even slowed down on the last try to make sure I enunciated. Still didnt take it.
If you're asking what einen means, it's the Akkusativ form of the masculine ein. Hut is masculine and the direct object (The girl HAS the hat, an action is being done), so ein changes to einen. If hat were neuter (it will never be), it would stay ein, and if it were feminine, it would be eine.
Someone help me here. ow do you tell the difference between the plural of M(ah umlaut)dchen?
Das Mädchen (neuter article) is singular, die Mädchen (feminine article) is plural. If no article is given, use context.
Also, if you can't access umlauts, just say Maedchen (same for Bücher > Buecher and Vögel > Voegel).
Das - one, die - multiple You can also check the verb ending. One girl would likely be a 't'. More than one would be '-en'.