Ihr/Ihre: formal, of one or more than one person.
dein/deine: informal, of one person.
euer/eure: informal, of more than one person
There's only one formal you(r). It's same regardless of whether you're addressing one or more people.
This kinda contradicts arvin above. So is he incorrect about the "Ihr" being formal your?
No, he's not incorrect. There's only one formal you, no matter how many people you're addressing. However, all possessive determiners take an ending depending on the gender, case, and number of the possessee.
"Your Eggs" = "Ihre Eier". How do I distinguish Ihre (Your eggs) versus ihre (Her eggs), if the first letter is always capitalized?
Makes sence, they're more egg shaped than ball schaped. And about as vulnerable.
It's just a spelling variation. Both spellings are fine. "eure" is more common.
It does work, but they changed it to "eure" because it's easier to pronounce then "euere"
I have the multiple choices "Deine Eier", "Dein Eire", and "Deine Ei". I chose the first two but was incorrect; "Deine Eire" was the only correct answer. Why could I not choose "Dein Eire"?
I was given option for "Your eggs" between Dein Eier, Deine Eier, and Deine Ei. Out of the three, should it not be Dein Eier? since it would be neutral between male and female? It stated I was wrong saying the correct answer is Deine Eier, which I don't understand why that is...
Eier = eggs which is plural so you have to use "deine"
Dein - masculine & neuter nouns
Deine - feminine & plural nouns