Danish Possessive Pronouns
Hi! I'm having a lot of trouble understanding about possessive pronouns in Danish.
For example, for my & mine, when would you use min/mit/mine? Also, your & yours, when would you use din/dit/dine/jeres?
Any help appreciated! :)
Min/ din for en words (Min/din mad)
Mit/ dit for et words (Mit/dit aeble)
Mine/ dine for plurals (Mine/dine hunde)
Jeres it for plural of you ( jeres hund/aeble/katte) note it does not change with the word's gender or quantity.
Hope it helps:)
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