"The car's keys."
Translation:Las llaves del coche.
Where did the Las come from? The car's keys becomes Keys of the car; NOT The keys of the car
It will be less frustrating to accept that Spanish articles are not always translated, and their use is, to English speakers, inconsistent. Just because there is a los or las does mean there will be a the. Just the way it works.
Its always del ... for feminine nouns it would be de la, for masculine always del
Feminine? Por que? The gender is obvious with words ending in o or a however, how do you know which way to go with words ending with an e?
with nouns ending in "e" it is a toss up. One just has to discover or know if it is feminine or masculine. BUT "normally", nouns ending in "e" are feminine
The answer implies a car, singular. The English phrase could be talking about multiple cars. How would this look in Spanish?