What does EUER mean German?

What does EUER mean German?

“Eure” (or “euere”, the slightly clumsier version of the word) is German for “your” when referring to more than one person and the possessed thing (or person) is feminine or plural.

How do you use EUER in German?

“Eure” means you (plural) own something of the feminine gender, or something in its plural form. “Euer” means you (plural) own something of the male, or neutral, gender.

What is the difference between IHR and EUER?

– This is our car. Das ist euer Auto. / Das ist Ihr Auto. – This is your car….

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Singular Plural
2nd person dein / deine / dein (your; informal) euer / eure / euer (your; informal)
Ihr / Ihre / Ihr (your; formal) Ihr / Ihre / Ihr (your; formal)

What is the difference between Dein and EUER in German?

The difference is between the second-person singular and plural. “Dein” is as “du”, in that it refers only to one person (second-person singular). “Euer” is from “ihr”, which refers to a group to whom you are speaking (second-person plural). So, when you use “du”, also use “dein”; when you use “ihr”, also use “euer”.

What is Possessivpronomen in German?

ihr. yours. The possessive pronouns are what is known as der words. This means they have to take the same endings as their corresponding definite article. These endings are dependent on the gender and number of the noun the possessive pronoun is replacing, and which case the noun belongs to.

What is his in German?

‘His’ in German = sein/seine.

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What is the German nominative case?

The nominative case is one of four cases in German. It respresents the subject of the sentence. There are nominative forms of the pronouns and of the definite and indefinite articles. It is important to not only know the case, but also the number and gender of the noun in order to use the correct pronouns and articles.

Is Ihren a dative?

The table shows the nominative cases only. “ihren” is an accusative case of the masculine possessive adjective of “her”. So you use “ihr” for “she” and change its ending depending on the noun behind it.

Is auf dative or accusative?

Therefore, you use the accusative “auf den”. However, if you say “Es ist auf dem Schreibtisch” (It is on the desk) you are referring to a physical location, so you use the dative “auf dem”.

What is Auf dem?

“Auf dem” also can be simplified to “am” in certain regions. In Austria this is rather common – so in Austria “am” can both mean “an dem” and “auf dem”, and actually more often an Austrian “am” will be “auf dem” rather than “an dem”.

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