"I pay for your food."
Translation:Ich bezahle dein Essen.
What's the case for Essen? I thought it would be Accusative and tried to use "deinen"
why not "Ich bezahle für ihre Essen"? Isn't "Ihre" is just the formal way for "deine"?
It'd have to be "ich" (not "Ich"), but otherwise: yes. (Although you'd probably use "meals" in English in that case)
The example I just had before this was "Dein Getränk bezahle ich", so I tried using that same order to answer this one. I tried "Dein Essen bezahle ich", but it marked it to be incorrect. I suppose for the purposes of duolingo, we need to type the textbook versions (Ich bezahle dein Essen) but they will be free to throw at us the variations, like putting dein Essen at the beginning.