Translation:His cat ate your banana.
I've seen one that said "I am a banana", but this one is great aswell. Good job Duo.
Without context this can equally be applied to one cat eating multiple bananas, multiple cats eating one banana, or multiple cats eating multiple bananas, so these should also be accepted.
This doesn't sound right...
one cat eating multiple bananas, multiple cats eating one banana, or multiple cats eating multiple bananas
☺ If the cat ate the banana, did the monkey eat the fish? I've heard of a fruit bat, but not a fruit cat...
This article may be relevant: https://www.chewy.com/petcentral/nutrition-pet-diet-tips-can-cats-eat-bananas/
as far as i know,cats don t eat bananas:so what does this sentence mean.?is there a hidden secret meaning? or is it nothing but pure nonsense.?
I think you are correct for the first part, though I have seen cats eat some strange things. But the sentence itself seems to be for practice; a sentence involving food and eating (the topic is dining after all) and is grammatically correct. Honestly, I laughed when I first read it.