deine are those belonging to du (i.e. to one person whom you know well)
eure are those belonging to ihr (i.e. to several people whom you know well)
Difference between eure and ihre??? I cant figure it out? Do the both me your?? Sometimes ihre means her or they as well right? Someone please explain this.
Eure is the possessive pronoun for something belonging to ihr ("you plural" i.e. to several people whom you know well) for example: Eure hund ist klein = Your dog is small, (You being plural 3rd person informal), or "You people's dog is small"
Ihre is the possessive pronoun for something belonging to sie (fem 2nd person or plural 3rd person formal.) in the nominative case For example: Die Katzen trinken ihre Milch. The cats are drinking her/their milk, which one is correct will be entirely based on context.
I know it's a bit late and you probably figured it out already, besides the fact that I'm not a native speaker so i might be entirely wrong :P ... But perhaps this is helpful for someone else!
I understand 'Sie' can also be 'you' (sing. formal), and it's possessive yould be 'ihr(e)'
dein - singular: only one person.
eure - plural: a group of people.
The English language only has the word "your". In German we have two different words, depending on the number of people that are involved. :)
technically, dein == thy or thine; and eure == your; but since some people are using y'all's, i'm afraid i'm getting myself into a sisyphean labor
We use „euer“ when a noun is neutral (das) or masculine (der): Your car is blue. Euer Auto ist blau. (das Auto), Your dog is small. Euer Hund ist klein. (der Hund), Your cat is black. Eure Katze ist schwarz. (die Katze) Hope that helped :)
If you consider 'Beavis and Butthead' Shakespearean understudies then perhaps yes.
so nobody's gonna talk about the hidden sarcasm? u can't fool ME duolingo , i know u pretty well