Why is it "moderna" instead of "modern" isn't "klocka" indefinite singular?
Because you have to have the definite form of adjectives after possessives like sin.
So how can I say the actual plural "modern clocks" in this particular sentence?
This probably would have been better asked when covering the material for 'klocka' long ago, but do Swedes really normally use the same word for both clock and wristwatch?
Tack. I just wanted to be sure that it wasn't an over-simplification that might make a native speaker look at me funny. :)