chapter  4
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Pronouns

Singular Subjective

case

Objective

case

Reflexive

pronouns

Possessive

pronouns

1st person jeg mig mig min/mit/mine I me myself my, mine

2nd person du dig dig din/dit/dine – informal you you yourself your, yours

2nd person De Dem Dem Deres – formal you you yourself your, yours

3rd person han ham sig hans/sin – masculine he him himself his

3rd person hun hende sig hendes/sin – feminine she her herself her

3rd person den den sig dens/sin – common gender it it itself its

3rd person det det sig dets/sin – neuter it it itself its

Plural

1st person vi os os vores (vor/vort/vore)

we us ourselves our, ours

2nd person I jer jer jeres – informal you you yourselves your, yours

2nd person De Dem Dem Deres – formal you you yourselves your, yours

3rd person de dem sig deres they them themselves their, theirs

Note – The 2nd person pronouns I, De, Dem, Deres are always written with a capital letter to distinguish them from the preposition i (in) and the 3rd person plural pronouns, respectively.