"He is reading the newspaper."
Translation:Er liest die Zeitung.
Why doesn't use the correlative DEN for the feminine nouns in this case too, like for the Apfel? Is it an accusative too, isn't it?
in accusative female nouns have the same article as in nominative: N m: der f: die n: das
A m: den f: die n: das
I put my mouse over the words to see how it spelled "reads" and it said lesen after "Er" so why did is the correct one liest?