"Your apple and your orange"
Translation:Ditt äpple och din apelsin
All words have either one of two genders. Either they’re are neuter or they are common. For neuter words you use ett and for common words en. So you say ”ett äpple” (an apple) and ”en apelsin” (an orange). Likewise, you use din for en-words, and ditt for ett-words. There are no hints what gender a word belongs to, you just have to learn it for each word, much like Spanish, French or German.