DE or HET? Dutch nouns Duolingo cheat sheet + Memrise course :D!
I made this tonight seeing the word tab is not here yet and idk if this already exists somewhere, but hopefully it will prove useful to some of you! I'm only level 8 so if you would be so kind and copy/paste all nouns that are missing, and I'll add them tomorrow.
Memrise course (audio added soon!): http://www.memrise.com/course/356041/dutch-duolingo-de-or-het-vocabulary/
The Memrise course might seem easy at first, simply clicking the words that are right, BUT it will be harder after you've gone through the words a couple of times — then only the typing tests will appear and that's where you have to wreck your brain for de or het (and that's when you learn)! :) Besides might be good to practice nouns either way.
Oh and please note, if you start looking for other dutch word courses on Memrise, feel free, but please make sure they teach you proper articles (meaning ALWAYS include de or het when encountering nouns), else you will get hurt in the long run not knowing how to properly use adjectives and such! :(
Question, would you also like a overall Dutch Memrise course, with ALL words (Adjectives, Pronouns, Numbers etc)? Let me know.
Sure!! Request access via the sheet (should be an option somewhere? else let me know what your email is), and I'll add your email as collaborator!
edit: And oh this should go without saying but I'd happily give over all administrative powers to all Dutch mods on the Google Sheet + add you as collaborators on the Memrise course (although if you're new to Memrise I can do the course building and you can correct my errors ;D).
Well, it isn't feminine. I mean to point this out to Mygrapefruit. I changed it to (neuter), but I think it could also work without the distinction. I think you would need to keep it though in the Memrise course in order to distinguish between the two words for "the lunch" that we have in our course.