"in" does not work well here. It should be "on".
We discussed it and decided that "in" is acceptable, but "on" should be the main answer. Changed now.
‘You mean his throne.’
It's its armchair meow.
Why not sat on armchair as a translation? is that perfective?
That would usually be imperfective.
Why is "your cat was sitting on my chair" wrong? Would it require a different preposition?
The biggest problem is that fotel specifically means armchair, not just chair.
As an English speaker, I never use the word armchair. It sounds antiquated to my ears.
Which word do you use instead of ARMCHAIR?
My guess is "chair".
Yes, chair. Another American English speaker made that comment before I did, but I didn't see it previously.
cat sat---same as---was sitting