"It is your child."
Translation:Det är ditt barn.
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Why is there no explanation for which word to use din/ditt when they are introduced, your are supposed to guess until you figure out the rules? This is not the first time this has happened, perhaps a link to an explanation when words like that are introduced would be helpful for learners?
I find the Memrise course immensely helpful for this. It includes ett or en for every noun. https://app.memrise.com/course/462533/duolingo-swedish-10/
The vocabulary is offered in the same order as it is on Duolingo. I like to stay just a little ahead on Memrise.
Though, I do think the drop-down hints (on Duo) usually have the correct form listed on top, for this course.