"I love my shirt."
Translation:Jag älskar min skjorta.
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mig is personal pronoun, like in kläder för mig = clothes for me.
min is possessive pronoun , like in min kläder = my clothes.
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I thought I'd read that with body parts and clothing where it was clear that they were 'owned' by the subject that the definite form was used without the possessive pronoun i.e. Jag älskar skjortan. Is the use of the pronoun to give extra emphasis, or am I completely wrong?