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Possessivpronominer 1

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Possessive pronouns 1

Possessive pronouns 1

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Possessivpronominer 1

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I – my je- – m-- / m-t jeg – min / mit 0 +
I can’t find my key. Je- k-- i--- f---- m-- n----. Jeg kan ikke finde min nøgle. 0 +
I can’t find my ticket. Je- k-- i--- f---- m-- b-----. Jeg kan ikke finde min billet. 0 +
you – your du – d-- / d-t du – din / dit 0 +
Have you found your key? Ha- d- f----- d-- n----? Har du fundet din nøgle? 0 +
Have you found your ticket? Ha- d- f----- d-- b-----? Har du fundet din billet? 0 +
he – his ha- – h--s han – hans 0 +
Do you know where his key is? Ve- d-- h--- h--- n---- e-? Ved du, hvor hans nøgle er? 0 +
Do you know where his ticket is? Ve- d-- h--- h--- b----- e-? Ved du, hvor hans billet er? 0 +
she – her hu- – h----s hun – hendes 0 +
Her money is gone. He---- p---- e- v--. Hendes penge er væk. 0 +
And her credit card is also gone. Og h----- k--------- e- o--- v--. Og hendes kreditkort er også væk. 0 +
we – our vi – v---s vi – vores 0 +
Our grandfather is ill. Vo--- m----- / f----- e- s--. Vores morfar / farfar er syg. 0 +
Our grandmother is healthy. Vo--- m----- / f----- e- r---. Vores mormor / farmor er rask. 0 +
you – your I – j---s I – jeres 0 +
Children, where is your father? Bø--- h--- e- j---- f--? Børn, hvor er jeres far? 0 +
Children, where is your mother? Bø--- h--- e- j---- m--? Børn, hvor er jeres mor? 0 +

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