Today a friend asked me this question.
Machen Ihnen _______(1) Kochkurse(die) spaß, Herr Leichter? - Oh ja, die Teilnehmer haben viel spaß mit ihrem Kollegen und probieren gern ______(2) Gerichte(die).
I think the answer to 1 is "Ihre" as in "Nominative/Plural/Sie(Formal) " beacuse the Kochkurse is doing the work of making(machen) Herr Leichter fun. Thus, making it the subject.
As for the answer to 2, is "ihre" as in "Akkusative/Plural/sie(them)" since the probieren verb is accusative verb.
But I could not tell him this because I was not sure myself. And answer could be "Akkusativ/Plural/Sie - Ihre" or not.
I have sufficient understanding of using possessive articles with preposition(all cases) and I thought I had sufficient understanding of subject, direct object, indirect object.
But this sentence as simple as it seems suddenly started being so complex. Any explanation that could clarify my confusion would be great. Thanks a lot in advance.