Pronouns and adjectives table
Pronoun as subject Pronoun as object Possessive adjectives/ Possessive pronouns Reflexive possessive adjectives Reflexive pronouns
I
me
my, mine
  myself
you
you
your, yours
  yourself
he
him
his, his
his (own)
himself
she
her
her, hers
her (own)
herself
it
it
its, its
its (own)
itself
         
we
us
our
  ourselves
you
you
your
  yourselves
they
them
their, theirs
their (own)
themselves
Jag älskar dig
I love you
Jag älskar dig
I love you
Det är min bil - Bilen är min
It is my car - The car is mine
  Jag tvättar mig
I wash myself
In the sentences below, the subject loves someone else's family    
Han älskar hans fru He loves his wife      
Hon älskar hennes man She loves her husband      
Han älskar hans/hennes barn He loves his/her child/children      
De älskar derasbarn They love their child/children      
In the sentences below, the subject loves his/her own family    
Han älskar sin fru He loves his (own) wife      
Hon älskar sin man She loves her (own) husband      
Han älskar sina barn He loves his (own) children      
De älskar sina barn They love their (own) children      
Possessive pronouns and possessive adjectives sometimes look the same, but have different functions.
On this page I group them together for convenience and simplicity, and mark the possessive adjectives in this color.
Possessive pronoun: The car is mine (is used on its own)
Possessive adjective: It is my car (describes the noun [car])
         

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