German Possessive Pronouns


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German Possessive Pronouns (Possessivpronomen)

Possessivpronomen (mein, dein, sein etc.): video on the use of German possessive pronouns. Nur Deutsch, aber sehr leicht. Arbeitsblatt (pdf Format) that goes with the video.


Possessive pronouns: online exercise. Nominative only! (Deutsch Heute, Kap. 2).

Possessive pronouns: online exercise. Nominative only! (Kontakte, Einfuehrung B).    

Possessive pronouns: online exercise. Nominative only. possessiv summary 2

Possessive pronouns:  online exercise. Nominative and accusative.

Possessive pronouns: worksheet. Nominative only! Very easy.

Possessive pronouns: worksheet. With family vocabulary. Two-in-one exercise.

German possessive pronouns possessiv-pron-poem-2Possessive pronouns: powerpoint to explain German possessive pronouns. Classroom use.

Possessive Pronouns: very easy practice for German possessive pronouns. Nominative only.

Possessive pronouns: Partner activity. Nominative only.

A unit on possessive pronouns with a number of exercises


Possessivpronomen haben die gleichen Endungen wie unbestimmte Artikel (ein, eine, einen etc.). Hier ist eine Zusammenfassung der Endungen:


ein wort endungen 2

sein x 3 2



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