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Tuesday at 10:47 AM
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Hi deborah muller,

that is a good observation. The thing is that the word model in German, is a neutral word. Das Model. This might seem weird, I know, but that's how it is in German and in other languages too, such as Greek. The word "model" in Greek is also neutral and in Spanish the same word is masculine (!). That's why when we learn German, we need to memorize the nouns with the articles, otherwise we might do many mistakes just by assuming something is feminine or any other gender.

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any more questions!


deborah muller
Monday at 11:28 PM
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Your picture of the model shows that it is a feminine word, but das is used in the sentence about the model putting on makeup.