Why is it ditt instead of din?
"Barn" is an "Ett" noun, instead of an "En" noun like most nouns that refer to people are.
Whats the difference between ert, era and dit. Am sorry if this has been discussed before, but any help would be appreciated. Thank you
Din, ditt, and dina refers to the word "your" for a "singular you", (as in a 1 on 1 conversation), whereas er, ert, and era means "your" for the "plural of you" or y'all/you all, (as in a group).
Why isn't it "djuren"?
djur is an ett word.
ett djur 'an animal'
djuret 'the animal'
djuren 'the animals'
Therefore, Ditt barn älskar djuren would be 'Your child loves the animals'
Why not era? Era barn alskar djur. Why is it wrong.!?
It has corrected my answer, instead of 'Dina barn' it put 'erat barn'. Is there a rule behind this?
I thought Ert would have been accepted, along with ditt but it wasn't. I'm not sure I understand why.