Son chat chante sa chanson.
saw shah shaht sah shah-SAW. Click below to hear this pronounced.
His cat is singing its song.
Yowling, I suppose! More fun trying to say this sentence than listening to cat music. Not that I’m against les chats, mind. But at 3 a.m….
Anyway, note that the possessive adjectives (son and sa, in this sentence) have to agree with the thing possessed, not the possessor. Le chat is always masculine, so the possessive must be masculine: mon, ton, son… (If you want to talk about your female cat, call her ma chatte.) La chanson is always feminine, so the possessive must always be feminine: ma, ta, sa…
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