"The girls have hats."
Translation:Die Mädchen haben Hüte.
Not quite: Nominative plural = die; Accusative plural = die; Dative plural = den; Genitive plural = der
"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
I said "Hüte" but it heard "Mützen" and it was correct... What is the difference?
What's the difference between hat and haben? I'm still having trouble on them.
Haben is the base form of the verb for this case it should be hat not haben. I think there is something wrong in ths question.
The question is fine.
The 'base form' of the verb is also the same as the conjugated form used for wir ("we"), sie ("they") and Sie (formal "you"). The expression "the girls" corresponds to "they", so we also use it here.
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?
A long touch on any letter brings up variant forms of that letter, including umlauts
You can substitute an umlaut be adding an e. For example, Mädchen and Maedchen. It means the same thing, but don't use it all the time. You'll just look silly :)