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Danish Language Danish Grammar: Possessive Case in Danish

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Possessive Case in Danish


Hello everybody,


In today's lesson you will learn how to use the POSSESSIVE CASE in Danish.


Happy learning! :)

WORD IN ENGLISH DANISH
MY (MAS) MIN / MIT*
MY (FEM) MIM / MIT*
MY (MAS / PLUR) MINE
MY (FEM / PLUR) MINE
YOUR (MAS) DIN / DIT*
YOUR (FEM) DIN / DIT*
YOUR (MAS / PLUR) DINE
YOUR (FEM / PLUR) DINE
YOUR (MAS / FORMAL) DERES
YOUR (FEM / FORMAL) DERES
YOUR (MAS / PLUR / FORMAL) DERES
YOUR (FEM / PLUR / FORMAL) DERES
HIS HANS / HENDES
HER HANS / HENDES
THEIR (MAS / PLUR) DERES
THEIR (FEM / PLUR) DERES
OUR (MAS) VOR / VORT*
OUR (FEM) VOR / VORT*
OUR (MAS / PLUR) VORE
OUR (FEM / PLUR) VORE
* Write : mit / dit / vort for neuter word

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