What is Ihren German?

What is Ihren German?

Determiner. ihren. inflection of ihr: accusative masculine singular. dative plural: her, its, their (referring to a masculine object in the accusative case, or a plural object in the dative case)

What is the difference between ihre and ihren?

“ihren” is an accusative case of the masculine possessive adjective of “her”. So you use “ihr” for “she” and change its ending depending on the noun behind it.

What is the difference between Meine and mein?

Both mein and meine are used in German, to indicate possession or ownership, and they are possessive pronouns. The only difference between mein and meine lies in their gender where mein is used for the masculine gender while meine is used for feminine gender.

Is Ihren a dative?

Just as there are distinct personal pronouns for the nominative and accusative case, so it is with the dative case. The dative pronouns must agree in gender and number with the dative nouns that they are replacing….Lesson Summary.

Pronoun Dative
wir uns
ihr’ euch
sie ihnen
Sie Ihnen

Does IHR mean guys?

As you can see, ihr only means “you guys” in the nominative case when addressing a group of people informally. In every other case, use euch to say “you guys.”

What is SIE German?

The German Sie expresses distance in the relation between two persons. Sie is identical in form to the third person plural pronoun sie (“they”) and takes the same verb form. The “polite” Sie is distinguished in writing by capitalization. The only form which is not capitalized is the reflexive sich.

What case is Ihrem?

Dative/der Dativ

Masculine Feminine Plural
deinem deiner deinen
seinem seiner seinen
ihrem ihrer ihren
seinem seiner seinen

What does WIR stand for?


Acronym Definition
WIR Women in Industrial Research
WIR Wilhelm Imaging Research, Inc.
WIR Waste Incidental to Reprocessing (US Department of Energy)
WIR Walk in Robe (real estate ads, Australia)

Does IHR mean you?

Personal pronouns in the nominative (the subject of the sentence) are ich (I), du (You singular informal), er(he), sie (she), es (it), wir (we), ihr (you plural informal), sie (they), Sie (you, formal).