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(Can also be a translation for "it" if the object is masculine in German.)
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German Personal Pronouns (Meet the Team)

In the season premier, we'll learn about the personal pronouns (I, you, ...) in German. And we'll run into two very annoying bits of German grammar :)


Word Family

This root was essentially a pointer to a presence that was not yourself.

this, that here

It could be a person or thing, but also a place or a time.
Here’s an overview over the relatives

  • he, him, his
  • her
  • it (used to be “hit”)
  • here
  • hither
  • cis-
  • et cetera

German and English sources “spell” the root very differently, but I think they’re talking about the same thing.

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