The Swedish Teacher

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“Sina” or “hans”?

This morning a student had a great example of how “hans” and “sina” can be confusing. Both the examples below are correct Swedish, but they mean different things. Can you tell the difference?
1. Fredrik har två katter. Katterna bor med hans föräldrar.
2. Fredrik har två katter. Katterna bor med sina föräldrar.

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