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Next, we’ll be looking at the possessive pronouns. Here, you see an overview of the possessive pronouns of Frisian. “Myn”, “dyn”, “jo”, “syn”,
“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.”

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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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