"His dog does not eat meat."
Translation:Hans hund äter inte kött.
The verb must always be in second place in Swedish main clauses (that are not questions).
A 'place' is a unit of the sentence – not necessarily just one word, but something that could be shortened into one word. Since hans hund is in the first place here, the verb needs to go right after that.
What word do you use when you can't tell the subject's gender? For example when you've found a bunch of keys and you would say it's ''their (the owner's) keys'', or when you've called for a taxi and you say ''I'm waiting for their cab to arrive'', or when you've just begun attending a teacher's classes and you would say ''I'm going to attend their classes'' and situations like these, sorry for my English