Possessive Pronouns – B1

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dein is used when you are talking to someone you know well like a friend or a relative

euer is used when you are talking to more than 1 person that you know well like 2 friends or 2 relatives

Ihr (capitalized) is when you are talking to a person you don’t know well like a stranger or someone in a business environment who has a higher hierarchy or is important in some way

ihr (lower case) is used when you talk about at least two people or a group of people that are not present

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Possessive Pronouns – All Cases – B1

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The following sentences have incorrect possessive pronouns. Write the sentences correctly.

  1. Ich gehe mit mein Hund spazieren.
  2. Mein Schwester ist gestern nach Thailand geflogen.
  3. Seid ihr mit euer Wahl zufrieden?
  4. Er versteht sich gut mit sein Eltern.
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Possessive Pronouns in the Accusative Case – A2

Watch the video and then fill in the missing possessive pronouns in the Accusative Case. The English translations will help you.

 

  1. Ich suche _________ Auto.

I am looking for my car.

  1. Suchst du _________ Schlüssel?

Are you looking for your key?

  1. Sucht ihr _________ Bücher?

Are you guys looking for your books?

  1. Sie sucht _________ Eltern.

She is looking for her parents.

  1. Wir vermieten _________ Haus in der Stadt.

We are renting out our house in the city.

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How to Say “He’s Coming to My Place” – A2

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Watch the video and then fill in the correct Dative Pronouns and translate the sentences into English

  1. Kommst du morgen zu _______ (ich)?   __________________________________________________
  2. Du kannst am Wochenende gerne zu _______ (wir) kommen.   __________________________________________________
  3. Habt ihr Lust, am Wochenende zu _______ (wir) zu kommen?   __________________________________________________
  4. Warst du gestern bei _______ (er)?   __________________________________________________
  5. Kann ich zu _______ (ihr) kommen?   __________________________________________________ Continue reading