I like the one : Seine Frau trinkt Milch. (Hope i didn't cross the line)
"meinE Milch". As I remember the word "Milch" is feminine. Am I right?
You cross the line but it seems to be necessary in this case.... Lol!bella questa!
Hi colmM, I think that "alle means everyone" and "alles means everything", cya bro!
Ja... I think you also can say ALLE like EVERY or ALL... for instance: "alle meine Freunde" (all my friends).
...and ALLES in AKK comes to ALLEM. . . (I'm sorry if my English is not correct, I am not native)
Thanks for your help- and your English is fine. Better than many who are native!
Did i miss something? Er is he. So how is his seine? Took me by surprise....
his = sein (masculine) or seine (feminine) Her = ihr (masculine) or ihre (feminine) Get me here?
seine "feminine/plural" , sein "masculein/neuter". Examples: Seine "frau/hemden", sein "mantel/hemd".
So is it Seine becasue Frau is a feminine noun in this scentence? and if it were His boy likes everything it would be "Sein Junge mag Alles", Is that correct, anyone?
"Ihre" would be the correct formal singular possessive pronoun. I got this one wrong even though I knew (or should have known) the correct answer. Perhaps it's easy to confuse because "Seine" is somewhat visually similar to "Sie." However, they are not related! Don't make the same mistake I made!
Great reminder. I found a table for quick reference, too: http://deutsch.lingolia.com/en/grammar/pronouns/possessive-pronouns
ok tariqnisarahmed im gonna give u one of my lingots cause i came here exactly to find a table like this. Viele Danke
I think this would be the correct: Your(singular)= dein/deine http://canoo.net/services/OnlineGrammar/InflectionRules/FRegeln-P/Pron-Poss3.html
How can I tell the difference between Sie (her) and Sie (them). Its really confusing
Look at the verb ending. Sie (her) will normally have a verb ending is -t such as spielt, habt while Sie (them) is plural and will normally have a plural verb ending in -en such as spielen, haben.
I wrote "His wife" just to be on the right side, but I believe "her wife" should also be accepted. A new world needs a new German. :)
I thought the same--but as someone posted earlier, "her wife" would be "ihre Frau," not "seine Frau."
Yeah, I only noticed that after you have pointed it out. Thanks, Olamina. :)
You are right, but it might be misleading to think of "mag" and "mögen" as two different words. They are different conjugations of the same word: Ich mag; Du magst; Er/sie/es mag; wir/sie/Sie mögen; ihr mögt.
Wow, everything huh? Murder.. Slavery.. Genocide... Dr Phil even?? Your wife scares me mate.
So, if I wanna say: his wife likes everybody, should I use "alle" instead of "alles"? Seine Frau mag alles- his wife likes everything, Seine Frau mag alle - his wife likes everybody. Am I right ??
I'm a bit confused about how mögen conjugates here with Seine. Why is it mag and not mögen. I would have thought it would be mögen.