Possessive pronouns Exercises in Hungarian language

Possessive pronouns are an essential part of mastering the Hungarian language, allowing speakers to indicate ownership or relation in a concise manner. Unlike in English, where possessive pronouns remain relatively unchanged regardless of the noun they modify, Hungarian possessive pronouns adapt to the noun's number and sometimes its case. This feature makes understanding and using possessive pronouns correctly a bit more challenging but ultimately rewarding as it leads to more precise and nuanced expression. Our collection of grammar exercises is designed to help you grasp the intricacies of Hungarian possessive pronouns through a variety of practical and engaging activities. You'll practice how to identify and use possessive pronouns in different contexts, ensuring you can recognize patterns and apply the rules accurately. Whether you're a beginner looking to build a strong foundation or an advanced learner aiming to refine your skills, these exercises will support your journey toward fluency in Hungarian.

Exercise 1

<p>1. Ez az *én* könyvem (first person singular).</p> <p>2. A kutya *az ő* játékával játszik (third person singular).</p> <p>3. A ház *a mi* kertünkben van (first person plural).</p> <p>4. Ez a táska *az ő* táskája (third person singular, feminine).</p> <p>5. Ezek *a ti* cipőitek (second person plural).</p> <p>6. Az autó *az ő* garázsában van (third person singular, masculine).</p> <p>7. A gyerekek *az ő* szobájukban játszanak (third person plural).</p> <p>8. Ez a *te* ceruzád (second person singular).</p> <p>9. A macska *az ő* ágyában alszik (third person singular, neutral).</p> <p>10. A telefon *a mi* asztalunkon van (first person plural).</p>
 

Exercise 2

<p>1. Ez *az én* könyvem (possessive pronoun for "my").</p> <p>2. Hol van *a te* autód? (possessive pronoun for "your" - singular informal).</p> <p>3. *Az ő* macskája nagyon aranyos (possessive pronoun for "his/her").</p> <p>4. Láttad már *a mi* új házunkat? (possessive pronoun for "our").</p> <p>5. Ez *az ő* tolluk? (possessive pronoun for "their").</p> <p>6. Elvesztettem *az én* kulcsomat (possessive pronoun for "my").</p> <p>7. Mikor jön *a te* testvéred haza? (possessive pronoun for "your" - singular informal).</p> <p>8. *Az ő* kutyája már öreg (possessive pronoun for "his/her").</p> <p>9. *A mi* kertünk tele van virágokkal (possessive pronoun for "our").</p> <p>10. *Az ő* cipőjük eltört (possessive pronoun for "their").</p>
 

Exercise 3

<p>1. Ez az autó *az enyém* (whose car?).</p> <p>2. A könyv *az övék* (belonging to them).</p> <p>3. A ház *az övé* (belonging to him/her).</p> <p>4. A kutya *a miénk* (whose dog?).</p> <p>5. Az iskola *a tiétek* (belonging to you all).</p> <p>6. A telefon *az enyém* (whose phone?).</p> <p>7. A macska *az övék* (belonging to them).</p> <p>8. A toll *az övé* (belonging to him/her).</p> <p>9. Az étterem *a miénk* (whose restaurant?).</p> <p>10. A házi feladat *a tiéd* (belonging to you).</p>
 

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