Das ist mein Buch. / That is my book.

This lesson was contributed by:

Erica Kawka Armeni

Lesson Duration:

80 mins.

What should you expect from this lesson?

Aim of the lesson: In this lesson, you will learn the Possessive Pronouns in German like my, your, their etc.

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This is a lesson that gives you the time to reflect on the Possessive Pronouns in German. It is designed as a reference source and focuses on the aspects of the Possessive Pronouns in relation to the Nominative Case (Subject of a Sentence).

Step 1
Watch and listen to this video to familiarise yourself with the Possessive Pronouns in German. (Listening)

Step 2
Watch these two presentations in sequence to identify, understand and practice the Possessive Pronouns in German. The first presentation focuses on the Pronouns in the Nominative Case like ich / I, du / you etc. They replace the nouns in a sentence. It is important that you revise and understand first the Pronouns in German. The second presentation explains the Possessive Pronouns in the Nominative Case like mein / my, dein / your etc. Don’t expect to learn and remember everything all at once. But keep at it, and you’ll manage to learn them gradually. You may take notes whilst listening to the presentations. (Listening and Reading)

Step 3
Click here and revise further by repeating all the Possessive Pronouns in German in the Nominative Case. (Listening and Speaking)

Step 4
Now click on these links to work out tasks and practice the Possessive Pronouns in the Nominative Case. They are all self – tests. (Reading and Writing)

Link 1                     Link 2                   Link 3                    Link 4

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