"Your nutrition is bad."
Translation:Eure Ernährung ist schlecht.
You are big. Your hand is big.
If you speak with your friend, brother, mother... informal, you have to translate:
Du bist groß. Deine Hand ist groß.
If you speak with your frends, brothers, parents... informal plural:
Ihr seid groß. Eure Hände sind groß.
If you speak with a teacher, a professor, a boss... formal:
Sie sind groß. Ihre Hand ist groß.
If you speak with teachers, professors, bosses... formal plural:
Sie sind groß. Ihre Hände sind groß.
What the hell? I got a multiple choice question for this, and I was marked wrong because I didn't include "ihre Ernährung ist schlecht". How is "her nutrition is bad" the same as saying "your nutrition is bad"? Doesn't "ihr" only translate to formal you in personal pronouns (ie; non-possessive pronouns)?
Ihr in the nominative (as the subject) means "you all." Ihr in the dative (indirect object form of sie meaning she) means "to her." As a possessive pronoun it means yours (formal) , theirs, or hers. Normally we know it means yours because it's capitalized but since it's starting the sentence, and we have no context, it could be any of the three.