Translation:It is not necessarily his mother.
I thought adverbs came before inte, this word order is confusing.
We talking about an animal and 'its' mother?
Late answer, but det does not refer to the mother in this sentence. It's a placeholder pronoun, read more about it in this post: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/9708920
In what context would this sentence be used?
a man enters at the disco with an old woman.
Why didn't, "It is not his mother neccesarily," work? It seems right to me
Why is "inte" in 3rd place and not 4th? Moreover shouldn't adverb follow the verb!!!!!