What's the difference between "seine" and "ihre"? Still can't determine which one to use in which case :(
Seine - His
Well, it takes all sorts ! Life & let live I say
Whats wrong with "Der Mann zieht ihre Kleidung an"?
"Kleidung" doesn't really mean "dresses", it means "clothes" or "clothing". I think you really need to go with "Kleider" here if you want to say "dresses".
Yep, that's correct.
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!
Why can it not be "ihr Kleider"
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"
her dresses = ihre Kleider :D