Nominative case: Possessive articles
Possessive articles are words like ‘my’, ‘his’ and ‘their’. They indicate to whom something belongs.
|Personal pronoun||Possessive article|
The endings of possessive articles are like those of the indefinite article ein and the negative article kein.
The endings depend on the noun that comes after the possessive article, i.e. the gender and number of that noun and the case it is in.
In the following table you see as an example the forms of mein in the nominative.
The other possessive articles follow the same pattern.
In the feminine and plural forms of unser and euer, the –e– in the middle is sometimes dropped: uns(e)re and eu(e)re.