When min, and when mina?
Singular vs. plural.
Is it the same for din and dina?
min and mina
din and dina
¿sin and sina?
Min bok / mina böcker (my)
Din bok / dina böcker (your, singular)
Sin bok / sina böcker (ones/reflexive, the person that was just mentioned)
Er bok / era böcker (your, plural)
Vår bok / våra böcker (our)
Deras bok / deras böcker (their) (yes, these are the same)
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What's the difference between böcker and bokar here? The hints give both for 'books'
Bokar is the present tense of the verb boka, book in English. Jag bokar ett rum på hotellet. - I book a room at the hotel. She books a room.
Wow, that is very literal!
I don't understand.
There are two words: one is a noun, en bok which has the plural böcker.
But bokar is a verb meaning 'book' as in 'book/reserve a room'.
Can you also say "jag läser ert bok"?
No, er has to agree with the noun, so 'your book' would be er bok. Read more here: https://www.duolingo.com/skill/sv/Possessives
What is the difference between "Jag läser mina böcker." and "Jag läser mitt böcker"? Thanks.
From what I understood, böcker is plural so you have to use "mina böcker". "Mitt" would be for an -ett word, and "böck" is an -en word.
En bok - Min bok (singular)
böcker - Mina böcker (plural)
You're right except it is en bok in singular.
Thanks, I corrected it!
Got it. Thanks.
Sorry what is differense between er and ert
Use er for singular en-words and ert for singular ett-words.
I dont inderstand when min and when mina
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