I ve just complete processive nouns skill and some thing is counfueseing me i know Ihr can mean plurl You ,but in processive nouns skillmit used Ihr it mean "her" can someone tell me when Ihr means you or her
Well, ihr = you (plural, informal) in the nominative case
Ihr seid Frauen = you are women
but also ihr means her, it is the dative of sie.
Ich gebe ihr einen Apfel = I give her an apple.
Moreover, ihr can also appear in the Genitive
Das ist ihr Hund = That is her dog
Das ist Ihr Hund = That is your dog (here it is the genitive of Sie (formal you))
Das ist ihr Hund = That is their dog.. this works too.
I think you smashed this question, I just felt like being a bit pedantic. Sorry :P
In the sentence/s:
„Das ist ihr/Ihr Hund.“
"Ihr" isn't actually a genitive personal pronoun, but rather a nominative possessive pronoun.
P.S. The genitive personal pronoun for "Sie/sie" is "Ihrer/ihrer".
Apologies again for the pedanticism.