The voice is not quite perfect on this sentence, as of May 10th, 2018, so I've taken the liberty of re-recording it.
The emphasis should be on katt and fåglar here, not the other way around.
Please find a correct recording on http://duolingo.vydea.io/0efdec6575084d518808f92a2f51d8fc.mp3
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Thanks for listening. Ha en bra dag! :)
It works like this:
en katt (n-noun) - ett hus (t-noun) - flera hundar (plural)
I = jag: min katt - mitt hus - mina hundar
you = du: din katt - ditt hus - dina hundar
he = han: hans katt/hus/hundar
she = hon: hennes katt/hus/hundar
we = vi: vår katt - vårt hus - våra hundar
you (plural) = ni: er katt - ert hus - era hundar
they = de: deras katt/hus/hundar
No, there are a few things to sort out there.
- du means you (one person) and din means your (one person)
- ni means you (more than one person, like y'all) and er means your (more than one person)
- For singular your, use variations of din: it's din for singular en-words, ditt for singular ett-words, and dina for plurals.
- For plural your, you use variations of er: it's er for singular en-words, ert for singular ett-words, and era for plurals.
So "You have two dogs" would be Ni har två hundar.
Im aware English has a few words with more than 2 meanings but why is there SO MANY in swedish my brain thinks something is a certain word and then comes along the next sentence and adds another word or 2 for the same meaning, for example it seems all swedish colors have 3 names...