"The man is wearing her dresses."
Translation:Der Mann trägt ihre Kleider.
What's the difference between "seine" and "ihre"? Still can't determine which one to use in which case :(
Is it "ihre" and not "ihr" because it's "her" and "ihre" refers to feminine ownership, or is it "ihre" becuase it's "Kleider" and "ihre" refers to ownership of multiple items?
I beleive it's Ihre becasue although Dress is Neuter, it's plural here so the E goes on the end to make it feminine. If it was one dress I beleive it would be Ihr. Please correct me if I am wrong!
ihr Kleid = her dress
ihre Kleider = her/their dresses
why not "seine Kleider"? i think "der Mann" use "sein/seine" and "die Frau" use "ihr/ihre"