Now that we've been through articles and genders,
let's try to put everything together.|
A noun or an adjective, always takes an article in front of it.
Most of the time, you know the article that you'll put in front of a word, by looking at the ending of the word. Exactly as I showed you in Lesson 8 (part 1 and part 2). Just study and learn table 8.1 and table 8.2 and you'll do fine!
Of course there are exceptions to these rules, but we'll check these in more advanced lessons.
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