This is a list of pronouns in Danish. This includes subject, object, and the possessive. These are used on a daily basis, so don't skip this lesson. We start with the object pronouns such as "I, you, her ..."
|You (pl.): I|
Here are samples to demonstrate how the object pronoun is used in a sentence.
|I love you: Jeg elsker dig|
|She is beautiful: Hun er smuk
|We are happy: Vi er lykkelige|
|They are dancing: De danser|
Now we look into the subject pronoun such as "me, him, us, them ...".
|You (pl.): jer|
These are examples to demonstrate how the subject pronoun is used in a sentence.
|Give me your phone number: Giv mig dit telefonnummer|
|I can give you my email: Jeg kan give dig min mail adresse
|Tell him to call me: Bed ham ringe til mig|
|Can you call us?: Kan du ringe til os?|
We reach now the possessive adjective part, used to refer to thing we possess. Examples: "my, our, their ...".
|Your: din / dit|
|Your (pl.): jeres|
Here are samples to demonstrate how the possessive adjective is used.
|My phone number is . . .: Mit telefonnummer er|
|His email is . . .: Hans mailadresse er
|Our dream is to visit Spain: Det er vores drøm at besøge Spanien|
|Their country is beautiful: Deres land er smukt|
This is the possessive pronoun. Used as an alternative to the possessive adjectives above. Instead of saying "It is my dog" you can say "It is mine".
|Yours: din / dit|
|Yours (pl.): jeres|
These are some examples of the possessive pronoun in a sentence.
|The book is mine: Bogen er min|
|Is this pen yours?: Er denne pen din?
|The shoes are hers: Skoene er hendes|
|Victory is ours: Sejren er vores|
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