Bits of the Tridentine Mass keep coming back from my long-distant Catholic childhood. "Hoc est corpus meum".
sean u forgot enim. no matter but hoc and corpus are neuter.
Bringing in a cat would be interesting as there are plenty of mice here.
Couldn't that also be "Here is my dog"?
"hic, haec, hoc" could be a pronoun (this) but also an adverb (here)
Would you specify if it was a female dog, and if so would "meus" change to "mea"?
Finally. The most important phrase on Duolingo.
Is Canis in this sentence the genative case?
No, it is nominative here.
How do you say "this dog is mine" tho?
How do you say 'these are my dogs' hic sunt canii mei. ??
Hi sunt canes mei.
Is non mordet
So meus is masculine and meo is neuter?
Meus is only masculine (it is the nominative singular form).
Meo can be masculine or neuter (it is the dative and ablative singular form for both genders).
Friend, this is my dog.
Dog, this is my friend.
Nice to meet you dog.