Subject and Object Pronouns in Danish

Learn Danish Pronouns: Subject and Object

How to say I, me, you, he, him, she, her, it, we, us, they, them in Danish

jeg  I mig me
du you (singular) dig you (singular)
han he ham him
hun she hende her
den it (with en words) den it (with en words)
det it (with et words) det it  (with et words)
man  one en one
vi we os us
I you (plural) jer you (plural)
de they dem them

Man can be translated as one, we, they or the people in general. When referring to nouns as it, you use den for en nouns, and det for ett nouns. Formerly, du was the informal you and De (written with a capital D) was the formal, but these distinctions are rarely used anymore. Notice that I (you – plural) is written with a capital letter.

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