Why does the German word 'leiter' mean head or ladder? I'm confused?
der Leiter is the leader and die Leiter is the ladder
First thing I thought of to the question "Die Leiter ist da" was: "The ladder has arrived", but I guess that would have required an exclamation mark.
Dein Schutzengel ist da
I use Google Translator to supplement my learning a lot.
It shows "dort" for "there". Duolingo marked me wrong. Why? Both Da and Dort supposedly mean "there" in english...