Why can't she be calling 'his' dogs? Nothing says they aren't a friend's dogs.
I legit can't differentiate the pronunciation of ce, ces, ses, and c'est. Can someone help?
The pronunciations are very similar. The way that I tell which one to use is by looking at the whole sentence and taking the word in context. ce = this, ces = these, ses = his or hers ( again depends on context) and c'est = it is or this is.