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|subject pronouns||object pronouns|
|jy / u||you (singular / formal)||jou / u||you (singular / formal)|
|julle||you (plural of jy)||julle||you (plural of jou)|
There are three forms of you in Afrikaans. Jy is used in informal situations and for people you know. U is used in formal situations, where you don't know the person well. Julle is the plural form of jy/jou.
|possessive adjectives||possessive pronouns|
|jou / u||your (singular / formal)||joune / u s'n||yours (singular / formal)|
|dit se||its||dit s'n||its|
|julle [jul]||your (plural)||julle s'n||yours (plural)|
|hulle [hul]||their||hulle s'n||theirs|
Jul and hul are used when julle or hulle have already been used in the sentence.
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