If I see Mads Mikkelsen, I make no promises
Get out of my way.......
How do you know that sine is meant as his and not her?
Either one would work, or "their" too for that matter. They're all accepted answers. You can usually figure out by context which one is meant.
I put their and it wasn't accepted
I put 'their' and it was accepted Dec 2020
I think "their" should not be accepted, because it's only one tourist.
they/them can also be used as third person singular.
I put her and it wasn't accepted
why not sin ting as ting can be singular too.
Is the plural of ting stil ting??? Sine is plural, isn't it?
Yes, thats correct. So..
His / her / their thing > sin ting.
His / her / their things > sine ting.
how do you say 'grabs' his things?
I dont know why i can't use "ITS things" instead of HIS or HER.. Should be fine
"a tourist takes its things and runs after the famous actor" was taken as wrong. =(
In English we don't normally use 'its' for people, even if we don't know their gender - we would go for 'their' instead
Maybe the dog s took its bag and ran after the famous person maybe the famous person was his owner.
Why not "A tourist is taking his things and running after the famous actor."?
"A tourist takes his things and runs behind the famous actor." (my not accepted answer) --- What had to be the danish sentence, if my answer should be correct?
In Danish "behind" translates to "bagefter". So, "En turist tager sine ting og løber bagefter den berømte skuespiller."
Tager/ taler... Are these words related somehow? And how do you remember which one is which?
"tage" is "take" - "tale" is "tell", i think its ok to remember with the similar words.