What's the difference between euer, ihr, and dein?

I've getting a little confused. :/

August 22, 2012


euer can mean yours (plural) as in "this is your (=y'all's ^^) car" = "das ist euer auto". euer is the possessive pronoun for the second person plural (when you talk to a group of people and say to them that they have such and such, then you'd use euer).

ihr has several meanings. the most important one is: you (informal plural, and outdated formal singular (nowadays formal singular is "Sie"). ihr basically means y'all. it can also be the female singular possessive pronoun as in "her house" = "ihr haus"

dein is informal singular possessive, as in "your house" = "dein haus".

hope that's not too confusing

August 23, 2012

Thank you very much. :)

August 26, 2012

But there's also deine and ihre?? can someone help with that?

April 8, 2013

that depends on the noun coming after the possessive pronoun. If it's feminine then it's "ihre" or "deine" and if it's masculine then it's "Ihr" or "dein"

January 30, 2016

Ihr: (formal) your ihr: you (plural), hers, theirs

March 4, 2017

Interesting profile picture. While everybody trying to demote, you prefer to promote cigarettes. This being on an educational site is particularly ironic.

August 29, 2019


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