Just hold on "a" on your keyboard on your mobile phone and after 2 seconds a table will apear which contains this caracter. Or you can add german language to your keyboard as i did. If you're on computer, use character map. Search it in run menu.
Highlight the "a" you wrote and click the umlaut-ed "a" in the circle below.
It is neuter, not feminine. In some languages, a noun's grammatical gender isn't the same as a noun's biological gender. I also find it confusing.
I said Madchen wrong and I ugged in the mic and it said Correct. I DIDN'T EVEN FINISH
Yup.. if we blabber anything the first time it'll say it's in correct but the second time it 'llsay you're correct
The translation is "the girl is drinking" or "the girl drinks water"?? Isn't it wrong?
Why does it say "Use das with neuter words" but then when I use it with Madchen it says I'm wrong and it should be "The girl"?
A neutral word is, for example, child. Child can be a boy or a girl, which is different since the phrase says specifically girl, not child. (I hope this help, I am not sure!)