"The woman is eating an apple."
Translation:Die Frau isst einen Apfel.
Because it's accusative case, and masculine nouns change from ein to einen.
if : "Ein is the masculine version of one. Eine is the feminine version of one. Einen is the plural form of one." -http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20110725120432AAooWsg
than can someone explain the "einin" & "einen" thing a bit better
i just dont get it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!HELP!!!!!!!!!!!
I kinda wish this "program" wouldnt jump right in and for basic instead teach you the words separate on the first half of the levels before you jump into sentences and voice test. :/
-Den akkusative for Der. -Einen akkusative for Ein. Only masculin changes with akkusative.
You need to learn how to conjugate verbs. You would never say "ist esse" for "is eating". For essen, the 2nd and 3rd person conjugation is "isst".
Because the conjugation of verb (essen) is Ich esse Du isst Er isst Ihr esst Wir essen
Why isn't it DEN apfel? Didn't they just tell us on the previous page that we use Den before Apfel as an article?
Im confused about the use of der/das/einen to use it with Apfel, when should is use each of those?
Why it's "die" not "das"? isn't die comes with object and das with subject?
I don't understand when to use Der ,Das, Die, and Den Helppppp!!! so confuse