Hey! Why do you say "hans" and not "sin"?
Hey! Because 'sin' has to refer back to something.
"Han gik med SIN hund"
My understanding is that "sin" is only if you have mentioned the person before. If you had a sentence like "He has his dog", then If it was his own dog it would be "sin", but if it was another man's dog it would be "hans".
his dog - I am walking his dog (the dog of another man) - hans hund //////
his dog - He is walking his (own) dog - sin hund
hound is synonym of dog
so, hans means his, does huns mean her?
"Hendes" means "her(s)"
For the listening exercises, do we have to put a full stop after our answer? Is that why I am sometimes told my identical answer to the provided translation is incorrect?
You don't have to, or at least seeing that your comment is a year old I will assume you don't have to anymore now.
hans hund? why don't I get the points?
Funny! It sounds like the voice is a medium sized dog barking