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The ability to change perspectives when we talk with one another is one of the most awesome characteristics of humans. That is, when a speaker uses the word ā€œIā€ in his or her statements we automatically know that this person is talking of him- or herself and not of one of us.

Memorizing German personal pronouns is easy. But what about possessive pronouns? Well, this is a little bit trickier because there are different forms for each person, depending on the case and gender of the noun you use. Let's have a look at the different forms of German possessive pronouns in the nominative case.

 

Table: German possessive pronouns in the nominative case

SingularPlural
1st personmy / my / my (my)our / our / our (our)
2nd personyour / your / your (your; informal)your / your / your (your; informal)
Your / your / your (your; formal)Your / your / your (your; formal)
3approx personhis / his / his (his)her / her / her (their)
her / her / her (her)
his / his / his (its)

 

The forms in blue and green are used when you refer to a masculine or neuter noun. The forms in red are used when you refer to a feminine noun. Following you can find some example sentences:

 

the spoon - masculine noun

This is my spoon. - This is my spoon.

This is your spoon. / This is your spoon. - This is your spoon.

This is his spoon. - This is his spoon.

This is your spoon. - This is her spoon.

 

the bag - feminine noun

This is my bag. - This is my bag.

This is your bag. / This is your bag. - This is your bag.

This is his bag. - This is his bag.

This is her bag. - This is her bag.

 

das Buch (book) - neuter noun

That's my book. - This is my book.

This is your book. / That is her book. - This is your book.

That is his book. - This is his book.

That is her book. - This is her book.

 

the plan (plan) - masculine noun

This is our plan. - This is our plan.

This is your plan. / This is your plan. - This is your plan.

This is their plan. - This is their plan.

 

the matter (business) - feminine noun

This is our business. - This is our business.

This is your business. / This is your business. - This is your business.

This is your business. - This is their business.

 

das Auto (car) - neuter noun

This is our car. - This is our car.

This is your car. / This is your car. - This is your car.

This is your car. - This is their car.