"I eat my sandwiches."
Translation:Jag äter mina smörgåsar.
So mina is used for describing a plural object and mi for a singular object ?
So if min becomes mina when the object is plural, does mitt change to something as well?
"Smörgåsar" and "Mackor". They are both correct in plural terms for "Sandwiches" in Swedish.
I've seen Mitt/Min/mina for "my". Can somebody explain to me how each one is used?