Is this another possible answer? "Eure Kinder nicht!"
How do I know when to use eure, ihre, and deine? What are the uses for each?
"Eure" is your (plural), ihre is her or their and "deine" is your (singular).
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Why eure not euer? and why ihre not ihr?
Kind is neuter and should take euer and ihr..
Kind is neuter, but it means child. The questions used the plural children. It would be Kinder not Kind. So that would change your pronoun ending to plural instead of neuter :)
Kind is neuter, but Kinder is plural. Therefore it gets the plural adjective ending of 'e'
i wrote "nicht deine Kinder" why??? can anyone explain???
That should be okay, too.
I dont think i understand the difference between Eure and Ihre, both are plural "your" right?
They do but "Eure" is informal address and "Ihre" is formal address and "Ihre" can also be only one person.
Ihre is also feminine.
That is "ihre" with a small <i>
Ihre is the feminine possessive, "her". Eure is "y'all's", or the plural second person possessive.
I think Nicht deine Kinder to emphasise the not would be the better word order