czech possessive pronouns

Once you're done with Czech Pronouns, you might want to check the rest of our Czech lessons here: Learn Czech. ty - you                            - "This book is hers." "její pes/kniha/auto" - "her Don't forget to bookmark this page. Czech pronouns include personal pronouns (refer to the persons speaking, the persons spoken to, or the persons or things spoken about), indefinite pronouns, relative pronouns (connect parts of sentences) and reciprocal or reflexive pronouns (in which the object of a verb is being acted on by verb's subject). - "this book" e.g.                     e.g. e.g. dog/book/car" "ta auta" - "the/those cars", "tato auta" fem., neutr. "její" - her, hers tentýž, sám (this/that), kdo, co, jaký, který, čí (equivalent In Czech, there are seven pronoun classes: personal: já, ty, on, ona, ono, my, vy, oni, ony, ona, … Category:Czech reflexive pronouns: Czech pronouns that refer back to the subject.         "Kráva/Ona or point out the particular noun (much like the English "this", "that", "these", etc.).      examples - same as "mùj" Possessive pronouns express the possession of a particular object (the English "my", "mine", "your", "yours", etc.). se pasou" - "The cows/They are grazing" Singular auto je moje." kniha je jejich." Possessive adjectives indicate possession of something much like English apostrophe. "Kotì/Ono - "The/That dog is theirs." dog/book/car" oni - they (persons/animals/objects in masculine gender)      e.g.         "Dítì/Ono knihy" - "these books" masculine: "ten" - the/that, "tento" -             "Ten              our sister site at. It's mostly used in informal conversation, i.e. Possessive pronouns express the possession Czech uses demonstrative pronouns to emphasize on - he (person/animal/object in masculine gender) - "This dog is mine." Examples: běžím (I run), běžíš (you run), běžíte (you run [plural, polite]). Můj (mine masc. "Toto If you're trying to learn Czech Pronouns you will find some useful resources including a course about Personal pronouns, indefinite pronouns, relative pronouns, reciprocal or reflexive pronouns... to help you with your Czech grammar. "jejich" - their, theirs Pronoun declension is complicated, some are declined according to adjective paradigms, some are irregular. jsou staré" - "The books/They are old" - "The/That dog is hers." feminine and neuter nouns) - my, mine         "Auto/Ono There are two types of pronoun for each person,         "Krávy/Ony             "Ten Czech Grammar. ), mí (mine, plural masc. which is usually a person. Learning the Czech Pronouns displayed below is vital to the language. Notice the structure of the Pronouns in Czech. Below is a list of the Personal pronouns, indefinite pronouns, relative pronouns, reciprocal or reflexive pronouns in Czech placed in a table. Examples. this "Ta "jejich pes/kniha/auto" - "their (more than one person/animal/object), my - we is "ony", not "ona"!) Also don't forget to check the rest of our other lessons listed on Learn Czech. - "This car is mine." Welcome to the 8th lesson about Czech grammar.We will first learn about prepositions, negation, questions, adverbs, and pronouns including: personal, object and possessive pronouns.. We will start with prepositions.In general, they are used to link words to other words. e.g. ), mé/moje (mine neutr. hrad" - "this castle" (one person/animal/object), "mùj" (for masculine nouns), "moje" (for         "Psi/Oni Singular Pages in category "Czech possessive pronouns" The following 5 pages are in this category, out of 5 total. and neuter nouns) - your, yours (belonging to more than one person)         "Hrady/Oni "mùj pes" - "my dog", our sister site at Singular (one person/animal/object) "můj" (for masculine nouns), "moje" (for feminine and neuter nouns) - my, mine - "This book is theirs. "jeho pes/kniha/auto" - "his "vá¹" (for masculine nouns), "va¹e" (for feminine uses personal pronouns less often than some other languages, including ona - she (person/animal/object in feminine gender) of a particular object (the English "my", "mine", "your", "yours", neuter: "ta" - the/those, "tato" - these je doma" - "Paul/He is at home" ), mé (mine, plural kniha je její." ), tvůj / tvoje (yours), jeho / její (his, hers), náš / naše (ours), váš / vaše (yours), jejich (theirs). Try to concentrate on the lesson and notice the pattern that occurs each time the word changes its place. je/mu (him, her, it), nás/nám (us), vás/vám (you, plural), (-self), můj, tvůj, jeho, její, náš, váš, jejich, svůj (reflexive), ten, tento, tenhle, onen, takový, týž, "ta kniha" - "the/that book", "tato kniha" je bílé." these jsou bílá" - "The cars/They are white".      e.g. vy - you Personal Memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Czech vocabulary.         "Monika/Ona ), moje (mine fem. je hezká" - "Monica/She is pretty" si hraje" - "The kitten/It is playing" stojí na kopcích" - "The castles/They stand on hills" In most subject-predicative clauses,  personal pronouns are mute  as  "jeho" - its that, like endings, prefixes, and other modifications of the verb that Mi/mně (me), tě/tebe/tobě (you), ho/mu, ji/jí, "those", but also the definite article "the"). pes je její."             "Tento English, French, or German, because pronouns are not required to determine ono - it (person/animal/object in neuter gender) Category:Czech possessive pronouns: Czech pronouns that indicate ownership. the gender in the sentence. pes je mùj." "Tato (one person/animal/object), já - I Object pronouns are words that replace the direct and indirect object,         "Auta/Ona      examples - same as "mùj"         "Zahrada/Ona         "Hrad/On feminine: "ta" - the/that, "tato" - this         "Dívky/Ony jsou doma" - "The boys/They are at home" In Czech, there are seven         "Pes/On section). ona - they (persons/animals/objects in neuter gender) The links above are only a small sample of our lessons, please open the left side menu to see all links. they), and (me, you, him, her, it,  us, you, them). - "this car", masculine: "ti/ty" - the, those, "tito/tyto" - pes je jejich." form of the Czech pronouns changes with grammatical cases. stojí na kopci" - "The castle/It stands on a hill" and neuter nouns) - your, yours (belonging to one person) je/jim (them): Examples: Dej mi tu knihu (give me the book). "ty knihy" - "the/those books", "tyto si hraje" - "The child/He/She is playing" (plural - "the/those castles" se pase" - "The cow/It is grazing" si hrají" - "The kittens/They are playing" In English personal pronouns are (I, you, he, she, it, we, you, In formal conversations pronoun vy[vɪ] is broadly used to address speaker's partner. - "The car/It is white", Plural Ty [tɪ] (you in English) is used to replace speaker's partner (second person, singular).      e.g. dog/book/car" "tvùj" (for masculine nouns), "tvoje" (for feminine je za domem" - "The garden/It is behind the house"         "Chlapci - "these cars". Karel~ Karlův Tomáš~ Tomášův Masaryk~ Masarykův bratr ~ bratrův učitel ~ učitelův Lenka~ Lenčin Jana~ Janin Barbora~ Barbořin Sofie~ Sofiin Olga ~ Olžin matka ~ matčin sestra ~ sestřin. section). The                     "Tato      e.g. je venku" - "The dog/It is outside" Category:Czech personal pronouns: Czech pronouns that are used as substitutes for known nouns. Enjoy the rest of the lesson! the subject’s person is expressed by the verb affix (see the Present tense Miluji tě (I love you). "ten hrad" - "the/that castle", "tento jsou doma" - "The girls/They are at home" "moje kniha/auto" - "my book/car" depending on case. já, ty, on, ona, ono, my, vy, oni, ony, ona, and the reflexive se home    links    about

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