Possessive adjectives in German are the same as possessive pronouns.
Possessive adjectives are adjectives that indicate ownership. In other words, they describe to whom something or someone belongs. These are words like 'my', 'your', 'his', 'their', etc.
Here are some examples of possessive adjectives in use.
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When deciding which possessive adjective to use, you must consider three things:
The possessive adjectives take the same endings as ein, so for endings, follow the table below of endings for mein.
The same endings can be used for dein, sein, ihr, unser and euer, but when an ending is added to euer (informal, plural), it drops its second e, eg eure Mutter (your mother), not euere.