Let's practice German possessive pronouns with some exercises. While German possessive pronouns are not too difficult to learn, but they do require a little memorization.
Before diving in, make sure you understand how German declension works, since German pronouns - like all other German nouns - decline & change their forms depending on their gender, number & role in the sentence.
But now let's dive into some exercises to practice German possessive pronouns.
Possessive Pronouns Quiz
Let's start off with a light quiz, to refresh our memory of possessive pronouns:
Was that easy enough? Do you remember what possessive pronouns are all about?
Now let's get into some meaty exercises!
Possessive Pronouns Exercises
Possessive Pronouns Exercise 1
In this first exercise, you are given the personal pronoun (e.g. ich, du, wir) and the task is to transform the personal pronoun into the correct possessive pronoun in German:
Possessive Pronouns Exercise 2
In this exercise, find the right possessive pronoun to replace the articles:
Possessive Pronouns Exercise 3
Same as above, but the article isn't given to you! Pick the correct possessive pronoun:
Possessive Pronouns Exercise 4
In this exercise, you should once again turn the personal pronoun into a possessive pronoun:
|1.||Ich esse Kartoffeln.|
|2.||Du gibst mir Geld.|
|3.||Wir lieben Vater.|
|4.||Ich fahre Auto.|
|5.||Das ist nicht Haus.|
|6.||Kaktus ist schön.|
|7.||Du hast Hamster verkauft.|
|8.||Garten ist so grün!|
|9.||Wir lesen Bücher.|
|10.||Ich mag Katze nicht.|
|11.||Warum ist Wohnung nicht sauber?|
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