"Manden spiser hendes mad."
Translation:The man is eating her food.
I am danish, and i had to hear this twice before understanding. When they say 'hendes' you almost cant hear it. Danish people doesnt speak like that
Then how is "hendes" pronounced correctly? The current fast version sounded like "hans" to me.
Try with henes, without saying the "d" and almost not pronouncing the second "e"
Is this saying like "the man eats (some other) womans food" or is it saying the man is of two genders
Is there a reason "The man eats her meal." is not correct? I thought mad meant food/meal.
Why not? The man is eating someone else's food, and this someone happens to be female.