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Possessivbegleiter und Possessivpronomen

Verwendung der Possessives

Possessivbegleiter (possessive adjectives) und Possessivpronomen (possessive pronouns) werden verwendet um auszudrücken, dass ein Besitzverhältnis besteht. Possessivbegleiter werden immer mit einem Nomen verwendet, während Possessivpronomen ohne Nomen verwendet werden. Possessivpronomen ersetzen einen

Possessivbegleiter mit einem Nomen.


This laptop is his laptop and not my laptop. This laptop is his and not mine.

These keys are her keys and not your keys. These keys are hers and not yours.

Are that your motor bikes over there? Yes, they are ours.

Is this your grandparents' house? Yes, it's theirs.

This isn't my sister's cat. Hers is much bigger and has a darker fur.

Possessivbegleiter und Possessivpronomen


This is my house.

Is this your bike?

This is his book.

Her pullover is green.

Here is its ball.


We like our dog.

Is this your car?

This is their telephone.


No, it's mine.

No, it's yours.

Yes, it's his.

No, hers is brown.

---- (We don't use its)


This dog is ours.

Yes, it's yours.

No, it isn't theirs.




Possessivbegleiter Übungen

Possessivbegleiter - Übung 1

Possessivbegleiter - Übung 2

Possessivbegleiter - Übung 3

Possessivbegleiter - Übung 4

Possessivbegleiter - Übung 5

Possessivpronomen Übungen

Possessivpronomen - Übung 1

Possessivpronomen - Übung 2

Possessivpronomen - Übung 3

Possessivpronomen - Übung 4

Possessivpronomen - Übung 5

Pronomen und Possessivbegleiter - Multiple Choice Übung

Possessivbegleiter und Possessivpronomen - Grammatiktest