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Possessivartikel im substantivischen Gebrauch — Mine & Yours in German

One of the most viewed posts on this blog is the one about possessive adjectives in German (my = mein, your = dein, his = sein, her = ihr …). What makes these a little confusing for many people learning German is that you need to know if the person, who possesses the person/thing is […]

German Family Vocabulary & German Adjectival Nouns

With the holiday season quickly approaching, many of you are getting ready to see your family again. Yes, that family, you know the ones your aunt, who likes to complain a lot (meckern), your loud uncle who doesn’t seem to understand that there is no need to yell (schreien) when speaking to people that are […]

What’s mine is yours — German Possessive Articles

This past week in one of my classes we were looking at possessive adjectives, which are exactly what you need to express ownership in German. Possessive adjectives are the: my, your, his, her etc. When you see something that you want, you want it to be yours. Sometimes you want it to be someone else’s. Being able […]