I am confused on sit/sin/sine
I believe I know how to use them, that isn't the problem. What does sit / sin / sine mean? When would you use them?
It depends on the noun the person owns. If it's noun where you would use "en" then it's "sin". If you would use "et" then it's "sit." I hope it makes sense. n to n and t to t. Sine is the plural.
Det var så lidt! I'm danish, so just send me a message if you have any problems.
she eats her homemade liver paste = Hun spiser sit hjemmelavet leverpostej || she loves her shoes = Hun elsker sine sko || he works in his shed = Han arbejder i sit skur
Actually it would be "Hun spiser sin hjemmelavede leverpostej", but else you're correct