"The woman drinks coffee."
Translation:Die Frau trinkt Kaffee.
could someone please tell me why there is no article infront of the word "Kaffee" here? Thanks
Because it wasn't asked for with the English sentence. It is just a statement that says that the woman drinks coffee in general, not necessarily drinking a cup of coffee now, or the coffee you bought last week, but just coffee. I'm not sure how else to explain it. Does it help?
Der = masculinr Die = femenine Das = neuter (like neutral)
Remember "die Frau" rather than "Frau" and guessing whether its der, die, or das.