Possessive Pronouns and Indefinite Articles (-ein words)
I posted a question like this yesterday but have since deleted it. I think the question was too involved. I am going through the possessive pronouns lesson 1 of 2 and am not getting why the following words end the way they do.
Deine Kinder essen - does "Dein" end in "E" because the noun is plural, or because of the case type or both.
Sie ist meine Frau - this is not plural yet the pronoun ends in e
Deine Jungen lesen eine Zeitung. this is more complex.
Meine Kinder Schlafen
Deine Katze - this is one cat?
I am pretty sure that when a noun is feminine it causes the "dein" word (or sein, or mine) to change its ending. but there are other things i cant figure out.
Just really hoping some super German grammar people can clear this up for me. every time i think i have this figured out, yeah I dont.