Possessive Pronouns – All Cases – B1


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.
  5. Ich habe gerade mein Bruder erzählt, was mir gestern passiert ist. Continue reading

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


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

Possessive Pronouns – B1

mann liegt entspannt mit seinem laptop auf dem sofa


s = singular          p = plural              f = formal

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, a colleague

ihr (lower case) is used when you talk about a group of people that is not present

Translate the following sentences:

  1. I know your mother (talking to 2 friends of yours, they are siblings)
  2. I like your house (talking to 2 relatives)
  3. I don’t like your car (talking to 3 relatives)
  4. We don’t know your uncle (talking to 2 cousins)
  5. I like your dog (talking to 2 kids)

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