I interpreted this as a phrase meaning "my house and your house" (ma maison et ta maison). Maybe I'm wrong, but I don't think there is a way to differentiate "est" and "et" in this particular soundbyte, is there?
I agree, i speak french, and there is no way to differentiate between the two
From the pronunciation, no. But this is a fairly recognizable phrase.
I am not really clear about the difference between Tes and Ta.
ta / ton / tes follows the same distinction as la / le / les
'Tes' is used for plural objects. For example: Tu aime tes parents.
'Ta' is used for feminine objects. For example: Tu aime ta robe.
I wrote " my house is yours " and wasn't accepted . Why ?
That's "Ma maison est la tienne."
But it's wrong to say my house as ma maison, right? You have to say chez moi or la maison
It is perfectly fine to say "ma maison"
Can someone explain to me the difference between using "ta" and "votre"?
They both mean your but Votre is the formal form and ta/ton is the informal form.
This might help.
Mi casa su casa