vår is for en-words, vårt is for ett-words. That's in the singular - it's våra is for plurals.
Vi älskar ditt/ert barn – 'ditt' for a singular 'you' and 'ert' for a plural 'you'.
How can I know if the sentence is talking about a child, or children ( plural)?
Can anyone confirm what it refers in German?
Ditt(sing.)/Dina(pl.) = Dein/Deine Er(sing.)/Ert(pl.) = Euer/Eure
Is that right?
Is there guidance in using possessive pronouns that end in "T" if you would use ett instead of en for the noun in question?