"Wir" vs. "Uns"/"Unser"/"Unsere"
What is the difference between "wir" and "uns" or "unser(e)"?
I suspect that "uns" etc. is used in possessive circumstances.
Thank you! AP4418
i just realized: what i gave you above is not all. according to different situations ( like noun with article or without etc.) you need a different way to decline it. here is a link with the whole table. it is in german though
..."I suspect that "uns" etc. is used in possessive circumstances."
Sorry if anyone has already said this, and I missed it, but whilst the possessive stuff has already been covered by others, it might be worth mentioning that uns can just mean us (as in: er kommt mit uns).
You also see uns a lot with reflexive verbs; things like:
Wir bürsten uns die Haare, where the sense is closer to: “We brush ourselves the hair,” than a possessive: "We brush our hair "
(at least that's how i see it; my grasp of reflexive verbs has always been a bit dodgy )