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possessive pronouns

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The possessive pronoun my, my, my denotes the owner or affiliation. It is mostly used as an adjective. That is, it comes before a noun:

This is not my Car, but the car mine fathers.

Forming

The different people:

Personal pronouns possessive pronouns
Imy
youyour
he be*) (Masculine)
itbe *) (Neuter)
youyou *) (Feminine)
weour
youyour **)
you

you

youyour

*) In the 3rd person singular (be, be, you) denotes the masculine form (be) a masculine "owner", the neutral (be) an "owner" in the neuter and the feminine form (you) one in the feminine.

Is this Peters Dare? - Yes that is be Dare.

Is this Julias Trousers? - Yes that is your Trousers.

**) In the declined forms (with an ending) occurs -e path:

I have yours Letter not read.

Declination:

 MasculineneuterFemininePlural
Nom.my fathermy childmymother

my Friends

Acc.meanfathermy childmymother

my Friends

Date

myfather

mychildmine mother

meanfriends

Gene.

mine Father

mineChildminemother

mineFriends

Danger!
The possessive pronoun can also be used as a noun. It then stands alone, without a noun.

Nominative masculineNominative and accusative neuter
minemy s
yoursyour s
hishis
us (s) rer us (e) res
yoursyours
of their
Of their
theirs
Yours

Nominative masculine:

Is that your pen
- no mine lying on the table.

 Nominative neuter:

Your book is there. This is my s.

 Accusative neuter:

Can i have your dictionary
- No, I need my s himself.