W hat are Dutch articles?
In some languages, you can say: I walk with dog.
In the Dutch language however, this is not OK.
You must use a definite article i.e. I walk with the dog.
In Dutch, there are three articles: de, het (the) and een (a/an).
Articles are never alone; they always stand in front of * nouns.
de is used with masculine or feminine words.
het is used with neuter words (neutral words are recognizable because of the article het)
een may be used for both (neuter male and female).
There are no real rules for the use of de and het.
However, there are some things you can remember.