So I am reading a grammar book, and there are a couple of tables which seem to contradict.
One table states: "The plural forms of the definite article are the same for all genders," and proceeds to show me:
Definite article + plural noun: Die Männer = The Men
Further down the same page, there is a table which states: "The forms of the definite article in each case are as follows" and shows:
With an example:
Ich will nicht nur mit den Männern arbeiten.
I am confused! Could someone explain the difference between die Männer and den Männern?