So should't "manden har din hund" also be marked correct? (It wasn't)
I had the same question! As best I can tell, that's just an error. "Manden har din hund" seems like it should also be correct.
It is now marked as correct
What's the difference between din and jeres?
din = when addressing an individual. (e.g. "Hi Jack, we have your dog").
jeres = when addressing several people (e.g. "Hi guys, we have your dog").
Din= 1 person
Jeres= more than 1 person
What indicates that the 'your' is plural in this sentence though?
Can we say: “Manden har hunden din.”?
I think this would sound very archaic and simply wouldn't be said or written in modern Danish
Okay thanks, I was just wondering because it is correct in Norwegian. :)
Nope in danish its sounds stupid
Gimme back my doge
Shouldn't it be 'din hund' instead of 'jeres hund'? It wasn't specified that the person was talking to several people? Or am I missing something here?
I don't know why... but I wrote Manden er din hund.
Is it relevant to use deres here? Isn't it translates like their(s), your?