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German - English (British) translations for "unser"

"unser" German translation




Unser is a German determiner that translates to 'our' in English. It is used to indicate possession or ownership by a group of people.

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Meaning: Possessive pronoun 'our'

Unser Haus ist groß.

Our house is big.

Meaning: Demonstrative pronoun 'this' or 'these'

Unser Hund ist sehr süß.

This/These dog(s) of ours is/are very cute.

Meaning: Indefinite article 'a/an'

Ich habe einen unserer Freunde gestern getroffen.

I met one of our friends yesterday.


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A1: Unser Haus ist groß.

Our house is big.

A1: Unser Hund mag Spaziergänge.

Our dog likes walks.

A1: Unser Auto ist rot.

Our car is red.

B1: Unser Lehrer hat uns viele Hausaufgaben gegeben.

Our teacher gave us a lot of homework.

B1: Wir haben unser Haus vor zwei Jahren gekauft.

We bought our house two years ago.

B1: Ich habe unser Treffen im Kalender markiert.

I marked our meeting in the calendar.

C1: Unser Team hat den Wettbewerb gewonnen, obwohl wir Außenseiter waren.

Our team won the competition even though we were outsiders.

C1: Unsere Firma hat ihr Ziel erreicht und einen neuen Markt erobert.

Our company has achieved its goal and conquered a new market.

C1: Unser Projekt wird nächste Woche präsentiert werden.

Our project will be presented next week.

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The word unser is a possessive pronoun that is used to show that something belongs to a group of people. This group can be any number of people, from just two individuals to an entire community or nation. For example, 'unser Haus' means 'our house', indicating that the speaker and at least one other person own the house together.

In German, the form of unser changes depending on the gender and number of the noun it modifies. For example, 'unser Haus' (our house) becomes 'unsere Häuser' (our houses) when referring to multiple houses. Similarly, 'unser Vater' (our father) becomes 'unsere Väter' (our fathers) when referring to multiple fathers.

It is important to note that unser is only used for possessions that are shared among the group. If something belongs exclusively to one individual within the group, then the possessive pronoun used would be different. For example, 'mein Auto' (my car) would be used instead of 'unser Auto' if only one person owns the car.

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