German possessive pronouns



What is Possessive Zamiri?

Possessive pronouns (possessive pronouns) are pronouns that indicate ownership over the name.
For example, my computer - your ball - my-your-words that are found in definitions like its car are possessive pronouns.

Now in German we will give you information about these possessive pronouns.
You will also find examples of possession pronouns used in sentence in the German Learning section of the forum.

German possessive pronouns you can browse some of the lessons you have seen before:






Other High School 9. School and High School 10. For our German subject narratives, please click here: Basic Step-by-Step German Lessons

Now let's give it possession pronouns in German:

Person Male-Neutral Female
ich: me mein: me meine: me
du: you Say: your deine: your
er: o (male) sein: its seine: its
sie: o (female) ihr: his ihre: his
es: o (neutral) sein: its seine: its
wir: we unser: our unsere: our
ihr: you euer: your eure: your
sie: they ihr: their ihre: their
Sie: you (kind) Ihr: your Ihre: you

Now let's do a little analysis of this table and give the necessary information:
We first gave the personal pronoun in Tabloda so that the person who owns it is certain.
In tablecloth, the ones shown in blue are used with male or neutral names.
In other words, they are used together with names that are articulate or das.
The ones shown in red are used with female names, in other words, names with artificial die. In the following examples you will be able to understand this better.
As you can see, the pronouns used with female names have an -e at the end.

Now let's use possession pronouns with all three names and get to grips with the situation:

Male Species Names
der Bruder

mein Bruder: my brother
de Bruder: your brother
sein Bruder: his brother
euer Bruder: your brother

Neutral Type Names
das Auto

mein Auto: my car
dein Auto: your car
Ihr Auto: your car

Female Species Names
die Mutter

meine Mutter: my parents
deine Mutter: your mother
Unsure Mutter: our mother
Ignorance Mutter: their mother

It is possible to give examples.

One point to note in the examples is the shudder:
As you can see, there is no change in the name used. There is no change in the name when the membership time is used. This situation also applies to plural names.
It is also used with plural names. There is no difference.

We will use some simple examples of possessive pronouns in the first stage. We will use the possessive pronouns -i and -i in sentences in our future lessons.
Using our possessive pronouns, we can make informative sentences about what we have. For example, this is our garden, this is your school, your school is like ours, and our school is very similar to the adjective sentences, my top is red, As you can see, we have already seen that the same group possessive pronouns for the same group possessive pronouns, die artic, and for the plural of the same group possessive pronouns, as in the case of the double pronouns.

Das ist mein Buch. This is my book (dir).
Das ist in Lehrer. This is your teacher.
Das ist sein Bruder. This is his brother.
Das ist ihre Gabel. This is his crack.
Das ist unser Arzt .. This is our doctor.
Das ist euer Zimmer. This is your room.
Das ist ihr Brot. It's their bread.
Das ist Ihr Computer. This is your computer.

You can also find other uses in the sentence in the German Learning section.
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  1. Sahin She said:

    Risale i nur is very nice

  2. hamza She said:

    thanks to german possessive pronouns

  3. Bünyamin She said:

    I've written ihr gabel in the examples but it is a very critical error ın

    1. almancax She said:

      Thank you for your warning. Error corrected.