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His in German πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ

in English in German S
his sein,seine
How to say “his” in German? “Sein,seine”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “sein,seine” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on his in German like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to Remember:
– “Sein” and “seine” are possessive pronouns related to the English word “his”. To remember “sein”, think of it as the masculine or neutral base form, similar to the English “his” without an ‘h’ and with an ‘n’ at the end. For “seine”, think of it as the “sein” base plus an ‘e’ to indicate it’s used before feminine or plural nouns.

– “Sein” is used for masculine or neutral nouns in the nominative or accusative case (e.g., “sein Hund” – his dog, where “Hund” is masculine).
– “Seine” is used before feminine and plural nouns in the nominative or accusative case (e.g., “seine Mutter” – his mother, where “Mutter” is feminine).

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
– “Ihr, ihre” can be used for the feminine “her” or the plural “their” depending on context.
– “Seiner, seines, seinen” are other forms of “sein” used for different cases (genitive, dative, or accusitive depending on the gender and singular/plural of the noun it’s referencing).

Alternate Meanings:
– “Sein” can also be the infinitive form of “to be” in German (e.g., “Sein oder Nichtsein” – To be or not to be).
– “Sein” can refer to existence or essence philosophically (e.g., “das Sein” – the being).
– There are no notable slang meanings for “sein” or “seine” as they are standard possessive terms.

Examples of Sentences:
– “Das ist sein Auto.” – That is his car.
– “Seine Schwester ist Γ„rztin.” – His sister is a doctor.
– “Er hat sein Buch verloren.” – He has lost his book.
– “Seine Freunde warten schon.” – His friends are already waiting.

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