"She is eating a strawberry."
Translation:Sie isst eine Erdbeere.
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I love german and I've progressed a lot with the language. I can go to Germany and not need to speak a word of english. I can watch a lot of tv shows in German... but the articles are a drag and the grammar is still hard. Going to have to make a dedicated noun practice on Anki to actually learn these instead of 'feeling' my way through it. Also, need to learn the actual grammatical rules from the very beginning, because everything I know is from emulating others and listening to the language. I have an advanced vocabulary, good pronunciation and a good 'flow' in the language. I love Duo Lingo, because it let's me practice and keep connected to the language, .but it doesn't really teach the grammar properly, it's a make you own adventure learning system, which is cool. If you're serious about learning any language, you have to draw upon a lot of sources and DL is juts the beginning. You need dictionaries, grammar books, Anki, online forums and real people to practice with. You need to keep a language learning book and stay consistent.
So overall... eating strawberries can be quite challenging.