How do you use EUER in German?

The spelling of the informal euer – your – changes when it has an ending. It drops the letter e from after the letter u, eg euer Haus – your house, but eure Eltern – your parents.

What is the difference between IHR and EUER?

– This is our car. Das ist euer Auto. / Das ist Ihr Auto. – This is your car….

Singular Plural
2nd person dein / deine / dein (your; informal) euer / eure / euer (your; informal)
Ihr / Ihre / Ihr (your; formal) Ihr / Ihre / Ihr (your; formal)

What is Ihre German?

her, its, their (referring to a feminine or plural noun in the nominative or accusative)

Is EUER plural?

» Ich hoffe, euer Aufenthalt bei uns hat euch gefallen….Plural.

Nom. euere/eure
Gen. euerer/eurer
Dat. eueren/euern/euren
Acc. euere/eure

How do you pronounce EUER?


  1. IPA: /ˈɔʏ̯ɐ/
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  3. Rhymes: -ɔɪ̯ɐ

What is the article of Zug?

– all cases of the noun, plural, article….Declension Zugverkehr.

Singular Plural
Acc. den Zug(s)verkehr die Zug(s)verkehre

What’s the difference between EUCH and ihr?

As you can see, ihr only means “you guys” in the nominative case when addressing a group of people informally. In every other case, use euch to say “you guys.”

What’s the difference between DU and IHR in German?

du is singular – use du for one friend or relative, someone you know well. ihr is plural – use ihr for several friends or relatives, people you know well. Sie is formal and can be singular or plural – use Sie for people you do not know or when you have to be respectful to them.

What is the meaning of EUER?

your (addressing two or more people informally)

What is informal your in German?

ihr. you (plural, informal) Sie. you (singular or plural, formal) sie.

What is the difference between EIN and einen?

If the noun is in the nominative case, the articles are ein in masculine and neuter, and eine in feminine. For example, Es ist ein schönes Haus. meaning “It’s a nice house.” If the noun is in the accusative case it’s einen (masculine), eine (feminine) and ein (neuter).