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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?

2 years ago

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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.

2 years ago

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Tak!

2 years ago

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Det var så lidt! I'm danish, so just send me a message if you have any problems.

2 years ago

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Thanks!

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Stonor

examples:

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

2 years ago

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Actually it would be "Hun spiser sin hjemmelavede leverpostej", but else you're correct

2 years ago

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Thank you!

2 years ago
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