To english ears this sounds like two sisters have a child 'together', which is logically & genetically impossible.
"Both his sisters have children" is better.
Thank you. I'm thinking the same but... 1 heart lost :/
"Both of his sisters have kids" or more specifically "Each of his sisters has a child" is more appropriate English. "His two sisters have a child" sounds like they have one together...
His both sisters have a child... Warum ist es falsch ?
"Both of his sisters have a child."
English grammar... probably as difficult as German grammar. ;)
why wrong: "his both sisters have a kid"
"his both" sounds wrong to me; "Both his" should be okay.
That's not grammatically correct in English, should be "both his sisters have a kid"
Both of his sisters have a kid
Or better EACH of his sisters, but, I think, Owl wouldn't "eat" it ;)
Why is it not "beide"?