"A man and a boy"
Translation:Ein Mann und ein Junge
Can someone help, i am confused about when to use ein and when to use eine
"Ein" is used before masculine nouns, eg. Ein Mann, ein Junge. "Eine ist used before feminine nouns, eg. Eine Frau, eine Mutter (a woman, a mother). Ein is also used before neuter verbs, eg Ein Buch, ein Auto.
To expand this explanation (which is completly correct). The explanationw as for the nominative. Ein/eine/eines changes according to the gender and the kasus.
I don't know the difference either and have gotten several wrong because of it. Sorry for not helping I was just sharing my thoughts.
Eine is used for feminine and ein is used for maculine as well as neutral
I always look for the uppercase word when I have to choose between ein eine
Well, it does have a "d" sound in it. The "d" and "t" sounds are similar, however, try to stay with und, instead of pronouncing it "unt."
'sind' is used when you are using the word 'wir' or 'Sie' and 'seid' is used when using the word 'ihr' It goes like this = Ich Bin, Du bist, Er/Sie/Es ist, Wir sind, Ihr seid, Sie sind.
I cannot see where I am wrong. Ein is masculine for a and both nouns are masculine