What is wrong with "The children are eating the pasta"?
So no answer yet?
Whats the difference between eat and are eating? Its still essen yes?
I think there's no difference in german. "Ich esse" can mean "I eat" and "I am eating".
For what I've I understood up until now, I think that in german there is no distinction between simple present and present continuous
Nudeln means Pasta or noodles?
but noodles isn't working for whatever reason
Because "Kinder" is plural "children". Der/die/das is masculine/feminine/neuter respectively, but die is also used for all plurals.
why die nudeln not den?
die is for anything plural
I think it's still a nominativ sentence with pleural form.
Can someone tell me how to pronounce "nudeln"
To me it sounds as if both the female and the male voice are saying "nude-en" or "nuhden". I'm hearing no "L", as in "nood-elln".
Any native German speakers have any guidance to impart here?
Isnt Nudeln pasta
If so can it also be spaghetti
No, that's too specific. Spaghetti are to pasta what dogs are to animals.
is eating wrong
eat is right why?
What was your full sentence?
"The children are eating the noodles" is fine.
'The children is eating the noodles' is not, for example.
There is a mistake in the App.
Until I hit the turtle I genuinely thought she was saying "We Kinder" and was very confused.
I know repetition is going to help me learn the language, but I've lost count of how many times 'Die Frau hat Öl'...!! Doh!!
Is the /l/ being pronounced in "nudeln"?
If you would order pasta at a German restaurant, would the word 'Pasta' be the same as 'Nudeln'?
"The children eat pasta" and "the children are eating pasta" IS THE SAME FRICKING THING!! All I did was add 'are' and the 'ing' in 'eating'! Ugh.
Nudeln = noodles i think. Pasta is pasta i believe. Correct me if im wrong