almost 98% of words ending in e are die
Say it out loud.
Also with things like die Mädchen, die Frau it’s obvious because the words refer to females and die is female.
everybody will understand u if u use the wrong one
There aren't too many rules, most words are just memorizing it. It's probably the hardest thing at the german language
it's pretty random, the only real clue is the ending of the word, but there are still tons of irregularities. You just have to learn them, or pay attention to them when germans talk and get a feel for it.
better focus on grammar or vocabulary
determiners are a more aesthetic aspect, you won't actually need them to communicate
mostly for all objects you can use das. We say "der laptop" but "das laptop" is also correct.
If you have doubts use "das" for objects.
If you wanna say it in plural it is "die laptops", "die" is used very often in plural but not always.
There is no real way to learn it correctly except to use it.
If you have different causes it depends on what "der, die, das" belongs.
As example "die Jungen"
but when you say something belongs to the "Jungen"
"Das Auto der Jungen"
"(btw idk why did u even make that..)"
Cause German is a language with many details. You don't need to figure out the context to understand it (in theory)
It's better to learn the full table.
The opposite of "umfahren" is "umfahren".
LET THAT SINK IN!
only thing you know is
Noun endings will often tell you what the gender of the word is.
Words ending in -er, -ismus and -ner are usually der, words ending in -ung, -heit and -keit are usually die, and words ending in -chen, -lein and -um are usually das.
These are just a few examples.