"Unser Auto ist grün."

Translation:Our car is green.

March 20, 2013



Why is it unser? Shouldn't it say Unseres or sth since Auto is neutral?

August 7, 2014


I don't think this in the genitive case. I'm not certain though. Can anyone else help? I'm a noob!

July 28, 2015


good question... well i think is because it's ein Auto and the verb didn't change so ... you know :-)

March 8, 2016


Unser Auto? I think it should be "unseres Auto" because it is "das Auto"

February 12, 2015


"Car" and "Automobile" are excepted, but not "auto"?

March 20, 2013


German or English? In English I don't think you'd use the word "auto".

March 20, 2013


Of course auto is used in English , including in phrases such as auto loan , auto racing , auto repair shop, and Autozone

February 13, 2014


No one generally says "That is my auto", when referring to their, car, though. That's the difference.

It isn't a huge difference, but we also can't expect to mold the German language to how we do things in English. If we could, German would be so much easier...

September 3, 2014


Those are all short for "automobile"

July 26, 2014


I am also wondering why it is "Unser". I thought it would be "unseres". Is there a rule to go by that explains when unser doesn't take an ending?

April 1, 2015
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