In the dative case possessive pronouns have an 'em' ending for the masculine and neuter, an 'er' ending for the feminine, and 'en' ending for the plural.
To use a possessive pronoun you need to first of all choose the correct words for whom the thing belongs to, i.e. Then concentrate on the noun that is being replaced - the thing you are referring to.
In the accusative case possessive pronouns have an 'en' ending for the masculine, an 's' or 'es' for the neutral, and an 'e' ending for the feminine and plural.
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Unlike possessive adjectives, they do not proceed a noun, but replace it.
For example this is a possessive adjective sentence: The possessive pronouns are what is known as der words.
(wörtlich: Ich lade dich zu einem Picknick ein.) Ich kenne einen Ort, wo superleckeres Eis gemacht wird.