German Hint of the (Fri)Day!
Nouns describe object, places and things: der Hund - the dog, die Sonne – the sun, das Auto - the car. In the German language, nouns are used with masculine (der), feminine (die) or neuter (das) articles and they always get a capital letter. These are the original articles and they are in one of four cased Nominative case. What is the Nominative Case? The subject of a sentence is the person or thing that is “doing” the verb. Subjects are always in the NOMINATIVE CASE. To find