Learn the personal pronouns in Swedish and Danish
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|you (singular, informal)||du||du|
|you (singular, formal)||ni||De|
|you (plural, formal)||Ni||De|
|you (singular, informal)||dig (dej)||dig|
|you (singular, formal)||er||Dem|
|you (plural, informal)||er||jer|
|you (plural, formal)||Er||Dem|
|yourselves (singular, informal)||dig||dig|
|yourselves (singular, formal)||sig||sig|
|himself /herself / itself||sig||sig|
|yourselves (plural, informal)||er||jer|
|yourselves (plural, formal)||er||Dem|
The words in parentheses are the informal forms common in everyday speech and informal writing, and are spelled somewhat phonetically. In the Scandinavian languages, masculine and feminine nouns have combined into one form: common.
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