how does the adjectives decline before a noun? Shouldnt be schwarzer? Since the noun is masculine?
See it like this: There has to be an information on the gender of the noun. Here using the order "article adjective noun", if the article tells you the gender (der as we have here) then the adjective ends with "e". In the case of just "adjective noun", the adjective tells the gender of the noun, and that would be schwarzer as you mentioned.
So would it be; Ein schwarzer Hund? I'm cofused... also what is a female dog? Is it the German equivalent of the English '❤❤❤❤❤'?
Duo hearted out female dog in English. How mad is that. PC gone mad. So if your dog happens to be female and you speak English you can't call her a b@tch now?
Yes, that's the silly "profanity filter". Sometimes it even hearts out words that are completely harmless in some language only because they are offensive in English.
You add '-e' to adjectives when they come before a noun.
Deutsche Hund. Der Hund ist deutsch.
In English "the black dog" can mean depression or bipolar disorder (or it can just be the dark canine).
Add an e after the definite article and er after an indefinite article, no?