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PA Dutch 101 Video 13: Possessive Adjectives. Possessiv Adjectivs
Possessive Adjectives A possessive adjective is used as an adjective to indicate who owns the noun that follows it. It replaces the article in front of the noun. In the Nominative Case (see previous video) these Possessive Adjectives do not get an ending.
Possessive Adjectives My mother speaks Dutch. Mei Mudder schwetzt Deitsch. Our brother is tall. Unser Bruder iss gross. His book comes from Germany. Sei Buch kummt vun Deitschland.
Iewing - Practice _____ (your plural) Grossmudder iss alt. Eier Grossmudder iss alt. _____ (your singular) Haus iss glee. Dei Haus iss glee. _____ (her) Schweschder kaaft en Hemm. Ihre Schweschder kaaft en Hemm.
Bis die naegschde Video, Machts gut un schwetzt Deitsch! E-Poscht schreiwe: firstname.lastname@example.org
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