Grammar lesson 7.2 question

Karen1

Karen1

Hi Nathalie, I'm confused by the endings for "euer" given for the singular neuter nominative and accusative. It says that for both it is "eures," but I would have thought it would be "euer," since "unser" and "ihr" for neuter nominative and accusative (singular) are unchanged. Can you help me with this? Thanks! Karen
Karen1

Karen1

I finally checked this out in a German textbook I have, and it looks like on their chart that the endings for "euer" for neuter case, in both nominative and accusative, are "euer" and not "eures." If I understand correctly, "eures" is for genitive only? So I wondered if "eures" listed for nom. and accus. in lesson 7.2 might be a typo -- or I could just be completely confused! Which is entirely possible. Also, in the same lesson, one of the example sentences is "Das ist eurer Hotel," and I thought that would be "euer" also. Again, it could just be me not getting it, but I wanted to bring it up in case it is actually a typographical error on the grammar lesson. I finished the course and I can't believe how much I've learned! Really looking forward to when the next level is available. Thanks, Karen
jason☺

jason☺

Link to another related post:

http://members.rocketlanguages.com/your-community/german-grammar/possessive-adjective-euer

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