Kater? I thought the word for cat was katze...
"Katze" (capitalised) is general domestic feline; "Kater" is specifically male.
What's the difference between "sein" and "seine" anyway?
As Belatf said, "sein" can be maculine or neuter, so "sein Hund", "sein Pferd"; "seine" is feminine, so "seine Katze".
sein is for masculine and neuter and seine is for feminine. I'm not sure but I guess it's this
S written in english like in gros should nor be an error
Yes, I cant finish exercise and i dont have this special sign in my keyboard at mobile phone..
The ß symbol is actually a double s. So typing 'gross' will actually work for the ß symbol
At least for your phone, you don't need a special keyboard. The ß can be made by holding the "s" on your regular keyboard for 2-3 seconds
Mind blown haha
So because its refering to the cat i'd use the fem form "Seine" because Katze is fem. Would a different word be used if the sentence was "Her cat is big."?
I think it would be "Ihre Katze ist gross ß".
I'm confused about 'groß' meaning big here, but when talking about a person it means tall... Is there a rule for this?
I think "groß" only means tall in terms of people but otherwise means big.
Groß is anything that is larger than normal.
How does one find the final letter in the last word in the phrase being discussed?
I dont have sz :(