The chart in the following link helped me sooool much: https://deutsch.lingolia.com/en/grammar/pronouns/possessive-pronouns
https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/German/Grammar/Pronouns (A little more concise and easier to read table compared to YahiaEssam)
I got one of the pulldown menus, where I can choose 'eure' or 'euren'. For the record, can someone specify the differences between using the two?
I'm sure 97% that it is "euer".
for Example:"Ich trage euer Hemd".
I hope this will help you https://www.duolingo.com/comment/79982$comment_id=3968606
This is even very nice http://deutsch.lingolia.com/en/grammar/pronouns/possessive-pronouns.
Yes, I too was taught that you can say, for example, "die Tiere saufen" for "the animals are drinking". I think for animals you can use either trinken or saufen. I suppose if you use saufen when talking about people drinking it's indicating they are drinking messily. Does anyone know if this is so?
Is this correct information?? someone posted this useful table indicating Dein/e/n/s can also be plural..
Anyone else have an explanation of when to use Dein vs Eure ?
It's absolutely correct information. I think you're confused, deine can be plural, but possessed by one person, euer can be singular, but possessed by multiple people (if this makes any sense).
- Dein Hund - your dog (the dog belongs to you)
- Deine Hunde - your dogs (the dogs belong to you)
- Euer Hund - your dog (the dog belongs to you guys)
- Eure Hunde - your dogs (the dogs belong to you guys)
Does anyone know why this is 'eure' and not 'euren'? The table YahiaEssam mentioned lists 'euren' for a singular masculine noun in the accusative case, which would seem to apply here.
Is 'Milch' considered to be a plural here for some reason?