"The cats eat mice."

Translation:Katterna äter möss.

November 26, 2014



Hey, how come there was such an outcry over 'The dogs eat the cats' , but nobody seems to care about the poor mice?!

January 29, 2016


In a question before this ,moss is wrong but now mossen is wrong. How can I tell when it is moss and mossen for the word mice?

April 15, 2015


Möss is mice, mössen is the mice.

May 12, 2015


The cats is katterna, but when I put my mouse over 'the cats' it tells me that it is katternas

November 26, 2014

  • ”Katterna” = the cats (as in: The cats chase mice.)
  • ”Katternas” = the cats’ (as in: This is the cats’ toy; possessive)

Compare to:

  • barnen = the children
  • barnens = the children’s
November 26, 2014


Thanks. So given the rest of the sentence the hint is wrong, yes? It doesn't give katterna as an option at all

November 26, 2014


There's a problem with hints for words that end in an apostrophe, so the hint "katternas" is really for the word the cats' but a bug makes it appear here.

November 26, 2014


Actually, they don't, they just play with them.

October 6, 2018


That depends if they are hungry or not. Barn cats are very good mice eaters.

May 18, 2019, 3:33 PM
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