Der, Das, Die, ....
Could anyone tell me what's the difference between der, das, die?
Nouns in German are either feminine, masculine or neuter. For example, "Frau" (woman) is feminine, "Mann" (man) is masculine, and "Kind" (child) is neuter. The grammatical gender may not match the biological gender: "Mädchen" (girl) is a neuter noun.
It is very important to learn every noun along with its gender because parts of German sentences change depending on the gender of their nouns.
Generally speaking, the definite article "die" (the) and the indefinite article "eine" (a/an) are used for feminine nouns, "der" and "ein" for masculine nouns, and "das" and "ein" for neuter nouns. For example, it is "die Frau," "der Mann," and "das Kind." However, later you will see that this changes depending on something called the "case of the noun."
Thank you for your help ^^ But how to differentiate feminine, masculine, and neuter?
You have to learn them individually with every new vocabulary word, but for the most part this chart showing word endings should be of help. Don't rush, with time you will eventually learn them by heart.