Lisa explains the nominative to Nico. Read the grammatical explanation for the sentences. Then fill in the blanks.
This form of the article, that you already know, is called the "Nominativ":
The subject of a sentence is in the "Nominativ". The subject ("Subjekt") is the person or the thing that is active in the sentence or the focus of interest.
Die Frau isst einen Hamburger.
"Die Frau" is the subject in the nominative.
Der Hamburger ist gut.
"Der Hamburger" is the subject in the nominative.
The verb "sein" always takes the nominative.
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