Why would some eat a lemon? A whole lemon, do people do this in Germany? Weird sentences!
I'm from Poland. I distinctly remember a lemon eating competition when I was in kindergarten. XD
Anyway, where I am from, slices of lemon sprinkled with sugar are given to children as a treat. Tasty!
this is actually really good for you. lemon juice is alkalic in your stomach, and serves to clean the kidneys. The pulp is high in fibre.
I thought "Sie" was the formal one and it is good for singular and plural.
Das, der, die and their conjugations are definte article "the". Ein, eine, ein and their conjugations are the indefinate article "a".
I somehow dont understand why some of the foods have der, some das and some die.
In German, every word has a gender. Masculine words take "der", Neuter words take "das" and Feminine words take "die", they all take "die for plural. There is no rhyme or reason why one thing is masculine and another is feminine. You just need to memorize the word with its definite article so that you will know its gender "Die Zitrone" is feminine because it has "die", so it will take "eine" for "a", while masculine and neuter nominative case nouns will take "ein". Word gender doesn't even clue you to the gender of what the word represents. "Das Mädchen" is a neuter noun even though it represents "the girl."
Ich brauche eine Zitrone!
What do you mean? It is at the top of the page: "I am eating the lemon." is the meaning for "Ich esse die Zitrone."
Please, have the German speaker enunciate when the entire sentence is presented. There is not reason for slurred words.
No reason or not a reason
The speakers are not live people, but tts voices done out of house, so the speech cannot be easily adjusted. Scroll to the top of the page, it is enunciated properly here. Try listening to words and phrases through forvo.com for live native speakers.