Possessive adjectives in the nominative

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Possessive adjectives in the nominative

These are the possessive adjectives in the nominative: Nominativ 

maskulin / neutrumfeminin  / Plural
ichmein Brudermeine Lampe
dudein Manndeine Schwester
er / es sein Autoseine Töchter
sieihr Hotelihre Kamera
wirunser Sohnunsere Mutter
ihreuer Hauseure Schwester
sie / Sieihr / Ihr Kleidihre / Ihre Katzen

Betty und ihr Hotel sind sehr speziell.

Betty and her hotel are very special.

Ich hoffe, deine Reise ist schön!

I hope your trip will be pleasant.

Euer Vater ist lustig!

Your father is funny!

Note: feminine nouns and plural nouns take the same possessive adjectives.


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