as long as we are talking about grammar...it is "Who's not excited for shoes?"
Is this a reference to the IT crowd? I get the feeling that it is, which is awesome
how would i know that Schuhe is plural?? i wrote "the shoe" as shoe was given in the dictionary meaning, and got it wrong!
It is Der Schuh - The shoe (masculine article), and Die Schuhe - The shoes (article changes to die for plural). Just something you have to memorize I think.
Plural and feminine definitive articles and even indefinite articles (the, a/an) are the exact same in Nominative, Akkusative, and Genitive case. It's worth noting that "Von" + noun typically replaces the Genitive case.
In the dative case, the definite and indefinite articles are different for feminine and plural.
Fem. Def. Article (Dat.): Der
Fem. Indef. Article (Dat.): Einer
Plur. Def. Article (Dat.): Die
Plur. Def. Article (Dat.): Keinen
To help remember!