What's the diffference betwen MA and MON is it gender?..I assume MES is plural..without any gender
"mon" is masculine singular, "ma" is feminine singular and "mes" is masculine/feminine plural.
In addition, "ma" changes to "mon" in front of a feminine word starting with a vowel or a non-aspired H
is "My dog is eats some chicken" wrong here?
Either "eats" or "is eating" are the English forms of the present tense.
That doesn't make sense in English.
It is either: "My dog eats..." or "My dog is eating..."
Why is using chienne in this sentence wrong?