I thought it was Das for Mädchen.
Das Mädchen = the girl
Die Mädchen = the girls
Du bist toll, mein freund.
"Die" is the plural article in the nominative case
This list came out in the wrong format, but I think you still get what I'm saying.
Die Mädchen tragen Hüte.
But they might not be wearing them. They could be holding them, toting them around in their Taschen, or the hats could just be sitting in their Schlafzimmer. The sentence only let's you know that they have them, the exact situation is left vague.
Why is 'Mädeln' not a second correct answer?
"Mädel" is very colloquial. I'd advice against using it. Anyhow, the plural is "die Mädels".
I keep hearing of a manual for this program. How can I get one and is there a cost?
Also, the web version online has grammatical tips and notes that are not viewable in the app version
As far as I know there are only the help page (not that helpful) and the wiki (very helpful) some users have set up.
I said "Hüte" but it heard "Mützen" and it was correct... What is the difference?
Mütze/Mützen is cap/caps like baseball cap.
What's the difference between hat and haben? I'm still having trouble on them.
wir haben ...... er/sie/es hat......
Mine says Die Mädchen haben MÜtzen. What's Mützen. It should be Hüte
As mentioned in another comment already, Mützen are caps.
If I may ask, does Mütze also mean a knitted woollen cap, or only a cloth cap like a fisherman's cap, or a garrison cap?
Equivalent in russian is Шапка
A long touch on any letter brings up variant forms of that letter, including umlauts
why is it 'haben' and not 'hat'?