Translation:A hungry animal is eating my child's clothes.
Is there any other way to say this phrase? I'm asking because if we were to only say "Et sultent dyr spiser barnets klærne", it means "A hungry animal is eating the child's clothes" (correct me if I'm wrong). So is there a way to write the phrase used in this exercise by using an "s" at the end of "barnet" or "mitt" perhaps?
A scarf is an article of clothing. Your clothing can be fancy. You can put your clothes on our off. Naked people don't wear clothes. They have no clothing. There is no singular or plural word for clothes or clothing; i suppose clothing is more formal. If you want the singular for clothing your best bet is to specify what article of clothing you're talking about. So many clothes, just one shirt.