Right. Mitt is for 'ett' words and min is for 'en' words.
So swedish have no accusative pronouns, like in english? (like my-mine?)
Or like German it works just with the verb to be? :)
That's right, Swedish doesn't have any accusative possessive pronouns.
The book is mine! MINE!
is there a difference between min and mitt? or are they like en and ett?
They are like en and ett and depends on Them
Ett words = Mitt
En words = Min
so, mine/yours/his/ours etc are the same as my/your erc with the same rules as en-ett words and plural ?
Something went wrong, kept putting 'böken är min' and kept being told i wrote it in English. Had to turn off listening to skip, cos it wouldnt accept anything
but would an English person not rather say " This is my book"???
So to say __ is mine, min always goes last? But to say My ____ , mitt always goes first?