How am I supposed to know that there are more than 1 dog???
What Super-Svensk said, but also "vos" is the plural formal, while "votre" is the formal singular
Can it not also be "chiennes"? Or is that not a word?
Yes it can, but in order to use "chiennes" all the dogs in that group would have to be female. (No way to know this without further context.)
Chiennes is more than one female dogs. Chiens is male dogs or when the genders of the dogs is unknown.
"Vous attendez vos chiens." It sounded like "Vous êtes en des vos chiens." French is dangerous.
Any particular reason "you're waiting [on] your dogs" wouldn't be accepted over "for your dogs" ? (in english, at least, it's the same to me)
not going to lie i couldn't hear the nasalisation.
What is the difference in prononciation between "chien" and "chiens". ? For me, it sounds the same.
If it were a single dog, the phrase would be "votre chien." More than one dog is "vos chiens."
There is no difference. You need to determine it from the context of the sentence.
why "we wait for your dogs" is not accepted?
Because it's "vous" - the formal you, not "nous" - we.
Well, my question was supposed to be: "Why you WAIT for your dogs is not accepted?", and the correct answer is "are waiting".. I'm sorry for the mistake I made.. I just realized that..
"you wait" and "you are waiting" should be interchangable, so "you wait for your dogs" should be a correct answer.