"I like the plates."
der Teller (nominative) = the plate
die Teller (nominative) = the plates
Yeah, but here is that: Which one is correct? Doulingo is saying: "Ich mag Teller" means "I like plates", and it seems "Ich mag die Teller" means it too. Ok, it is clear. But i answered the following sentence: "Ich mag Teller" and it was not correct. So now what? :)
Same here. Why "Ich mag Teller" is not correct ? When there is no article, it's understood it's plural, no ?
Ich mag Teller. = I like plates.
Ich mag die Teller = I like the plates.
Thank you! I confused because of the article. Sooner or later i will understand it. :)
Teller is masculine, so der Teller. But when we refer to it in the plural, we use Die, right? So why is Duolingo saying Teller is a femine noun? :p