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The gender of compound nouns such as “das Hausdach” (two or more individual nouns combined) depends onCorrect
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“Mädchen”, “Bübchen”, “Häuschen” are diminutive forms. All diminutive forms take the same article, no matter what gender the noun originally had. It is:Correct
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There are three different genders with three different articles for nouns in the singular form: der Mann, die Frau, das Kind … But there is only ONE article for all plural nouns. Which one is it?Correct
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Which is the correct article for the compound noun “Hausfrau”?Correct
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Which is the correct article for the compound noun “Frauenhaus”?Correct
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Which is the correct article for the compound noun “Hausschuh”?Correct
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Which is the correct article for the compound noun “Schuhbürste”?Correct