Why is it unser? Shouldn't it say Unseres or sth since Auto is neutral?
I don't think this in the genitive case. I'm not certain though. Can anyone else help? I'm a noob!
good question... well i think is because it's ein Auto and the verb didn't change so ... you know :-)
Of course auto is used in English , including in phrases such as auto loan , auto racing , auto repair shop, and Autozone
No one generally says "That is my auto", when referring to their, car, though. That's the difference.
It isn't a huge difference, but we also can't expect to mold the German language to how we do things in English. If we could, German would be so much easier...