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Skip to 0 minutes and 5 secondsNext, we'll be looking at the possessive pronouns. Here, you see an overview of the possessive pronouns of Frisian. "Myn", "dyn", "jo", "syn",

Skip to 0 minutes and 23 seconds"har", "ús", "jim" , "har". Here are some examples from the dialogues. "Wat is dyn adres?" "Dat is myn broer." "Dit is ús hûs." "Hoe âld binne jim bern?" "Dat is har man."

Watch and read: possessive pronouns

Watch the video about possesive pronouns in Frisian and read the explanation below.

Possessive pronouns

Here you see an overview of the possessive pronouns.

myn my
dyn your (informal)
jo your (formal)
syn - har his - her
ús our
jim your
har their

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Introduction to Frisian

University of Groningen

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