"Ihre Töchter sind jung."
Translation:Her daughters are young.
Both "Her daughters are young " and "Your daughters are young " are right. Interessant!!
what?? :( then how could I know its meaning when some one say this sentence to me ?
Context. Also, in writing, you can often distinguish between "her/their" on the one hand and "(formal) your" on the other by the fact that "Ihr" is always capitalised when it means "your", even in the middle of a sentence. Here, however, this doesn't work because the first word in a sentence is automatically capitalised, irrespective of its meaning.
Must be my phone because I got an "incorrect"on my reply that said your "daughters" are young.I've always worked under the assumption that an umlaut over the o in Töchter indicated it was a plural of the word. Hmmm