Please explain how the suffix influences din/min, dit/mit, dine/mine. It would be nice if a lesson preceeded each section.
Go to this lesson via a computer. They have an echolocation there. Gender, neuter, plural is why
Whoa... the second I looked up from my computer, my dog had gotten hold of my lunch!!!
Why isn't food (mad) a neuter gender word. It's uncountable, and that's the rule I'm mostly going off of right now. Is it just one of those weird words you have to know?
I would say it's probably best not to use that as a rule. I would also advise reading The Overview of Threads as there's a pretty good post in there where someone has explained it the best that they can. There aren't really any proper rules other than a few suffixes, so for now it's probably best to learn the gender with the word.