Possessive Adjectives What are they? What do they do? What do they look like?

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<p>Subject Pronouns</p> <p>Possessive AdjectivesWhat are they? What do they do? What do they look like?What are Possessive Adjectives? Adjectives describe and/or modify nouns. Possession implies ownership. Possessive adjectives show ownership of the noun to which they are attached. They take the physical position of an article in relationship to a noun. the car my carWhat do Possessive Adjectives look like?PronounIyou (singular, informal)hesheitweyou (plural, informal)theyYou (formal)Possessive adjectives mirror their pronoun counterparts.What do Possessive Adjectives look like?PronounPossessive Adj.ImyPossessive adjectives mirror their pronoun counterparts.What do Possessive Adjectives look like?PronounPossessive Adj.Imyyou (singular, informal)yourPossessive adjectives mirror their pronoun counterparts.What do Possessive Adjectives look like?PronounPossessive Adj.Imyyou (singular, informal)yourhehisPossessive adjectives mirror their pronoun counterparts.What do Possessive Adjectives look like?PronounPossessive Adj.Imyyou (singular, informal)yourhehissheherPossessive adjectives mirror their pronoun counterparts.What do Possessive Adjectives look like?PronounPossessive Adj.Imyyou (singular, informal)yourhehissheherititsPossessive adjectives mirror their pronoun counterparts.What do Possessive Adjectives look like?PronounPossessive Adj.Imyyou (singular, informal)yourhehissheherititsweourPossessive adjectives mirror their pronoun counterparts.What do Possessive Adjectives look like?PronounPossessive Adj.Imyyou (singular, informal)yourhehissheherititsweouryou (plural, informal)yallsPossessive adjectives mirror their pronoun counterparts.What do Possessive Adjectives look like?PronounPossessive Adj.Imyyou (singular, informal)yourhehissheherititsweouryou (plural, informal)yallstheytheirPossessive adjectives mirror their pronoun counterparts.What do Possessive Adjectives look like?PronounPossessive Adj.Imyyou (singular, informal)yourhehissheherititsweouryou (plural, informal)yallstheytheirYou (formal)YourPossessive adjectives mirror their pronoun counterparts.Did you notice There are some identical possessive adjectives: his and its (both 3rd person singular) her, their, Your (formal) Some of them end in ein Some of them look like the subject pronoun ihr. Keine Panik! Context will help out with the confusion!</p> <p>How do I use Possessive Adjectives? Possessive Adjectives take the position of an article. the car my car das Auto mein Auto or ein Auto mein Auto Specifically, they take the position and follow the patterns of ein words. This may be your only challenging part: do you know the ein-word endings across the cases?Ein-Word EndingsMasculineFeminineNeuterPluralNominativeAccusativeDativeEin-Word EndingsMasculineFeminineNeuterPluralNominativeein__AccusativeDativeEin-Word EndingsMasculineFeminineNeuterPluralNominativeein__eineAccusativeDativeEin-Word EndingsMasculineFeminineNeuterPluralNominativeein__eineein__AccusativeDativeEin-Word EndingsMasculineFeminineNeuterPluralNominativeein__eineein__keineAccusativeDativeEin-Word EndingsMasculineFeminineNeuterPluralNominativeein__eineein__keineAccusativeeinenDativeEin-Word EndingsMasculineFeminineNeuterPluralNominativeein__eineein__keineAccusativeeineneineDativeEin-Word EndingsMasculineFeminineNeuterPluralNominativeein__eineein__keineAccusativeeineneineein__DativeEin-Word EndingsMasculineFeminineNeuterPluralNominativeein__eineein__keineAccusativeeineneineein__keineDativeEin-Word EndingsMasculineFeminineNeuterPluralNominativeein__eineein__keineAccusativeeineneineein__keineDativeeinemEin-Word EndingsMasculineFeminineNeuterPluralNominativeein__eineein__keineAccusativeeineneineein__keineDativeeinemeinerEin-Word EndingsMasculineFeminineNeuterPluralNominativeein__eineein__keineAccusativeeineneineein__keineDativeeinemeinereinemEin-Word EndingsMasculineFeminineNeuterPluralNominativeein__eineein__keineAccusativeeineneineein__keineDativeeinemeinereinemkeinenExample Possessive AdjectiveMasculineFeminineNeuterPluralNominativemein__meinemein__meineAccusativemeinenmeinemein__meineDativemeinemmeinermeinemmeinenExample Possessive AdjectiveMasculineFeminineNeuterPluralNominativeihr__ihreihr__ihreAccusativeihrenihreihr__ihreDativeihremihrerihremihrenZum Beispiel Mein Vater schenkt meinem Bruder seinen Wagen zum Geburtstag.</p> <p> Meine Freundin bringt meiner Lehrerin meine CD.</p>