I wouldn't call it the plural of your, since it is the same thing as your. But yes you're right.
- you (singular) = je/jij (if subject) je/jou (if object) - Jij bent lief (You are nice) - Ik vind jou leuk (I like you).
- you (plural) = jullie
- your (singular) = jouw
- your (plural) = jullie
So what about "Dat is jouw kip"? Is that correct in Dutch? Your help is really appreciated, Susande!!!
So what is the difference between 'Dat is jouw kip' and 'Dat is jullie kip'?
jouw is singular, jullie is plural. The difference between solely your chicken and y'all's chicken, if you will.
Jou is not a possessive pronoun, jouw and jullie are. Jou is a personal pronoun when used as an object: https://www.englishclub.com/grammar/pronouns-personal.htm and https://www.duolingo.com/comment/3852773
OK so I'm understanding that jouw is singular and jullie is plural, but why does this sentence need jullie? Is there a hint in the sentence that I'm not getting or should I just know?