"Sie ist ein Käsesandwich" Does that mean "She is a cheese sandwich" ?
Yes, but the verb in the question is 'isst'... which is from essen.
yes. double "ss" matters. They are pronounced the same though, aren't they?
You are what you eat.
Is das Sandwich a real German word?
Yes, it is a real German word borrowed from English.
Can "brotchen" be used instead of sandwich?
What does translate "The cheese sandwich" into German?
the cheese sandwich = das Käsesandwich
Ein Kasesandwich, what is the gender of this word? Is it neuter because "das Sandwich" is the root word, and Kase is acting as an adjective?
You got it right, it's neuter.
i thought it was "Es ist ein Käsesandwich"!!!!!
the text says " she is eating..." and not "it is..."