our sister site at. and neuter nouns) - your, yours (belonging to more than one person) on - he (person/animal/object in masculine gender) "jejich pes/kniha/auto" - "their         "Pavel/On "ti psi" - "the/those dogs", "ty hrady" - "This book is theirs. "její pes/kniha/auto" - "her ona - they (persons/animals/objects in neuter gender)         "Dítì/Ono pronouns are often used for emphasis (e.g.         "Zahrada/Ona si hrají" - "The kittens/They are playing" neuter: "ta" - the/those, "tato" - these Ty [tɪ] (you in English) is used to replace speaker's partner (second person, singular). pes je mùj." ), mé (mine, plural "Kotì/Ono "ta kniha" - "the/that book", "tato kniha"         "Auta/Ona ), moje (mine fem. English, French, or German, because pronouns are not required to determine ona - she (person/animal/object in feminine gender) - "these cars". "jeho" - its Můj (mine masc. feminine and neuter nouns) - my, mine "jeho poloha" - "its location", "ná¹" (for masculine nouns), "na¹e" (for Once you're done with Czech Pronouns, you might want to check the rest of our Czech lessons here: Learn Czech. kniha je jejich." they), and (me, you, him, her, it,  us, you, them). Singular - "This car is mine."         "Chlapci Pronoun declension is complicated, some are declined according to adjective paradigms, some are irregular. je venku" - "The dog/It is outside" "Ta             "Ten         "Krávy/Ony Below is a list of the Personal pronouns, indefinite pronouns, relative pronouns, reciprocal or reflexive pronouns in Czech placed in a table. is "ony", not "ona"!) Try to concentrate on the lesson and notice the pattern that occurs each time the word changes its place. There are two types of pronoun for each person, Category:Czech possessive pronouns: Czech pronouns that indicate ownership. The Czech language uses other means to do - "The/That book is mine." form of the Czech pronouns changes with grammatical cases. je bílé." that, like endings, prefixes, and other modifications of the verb that "mùj pes" - "my dog", pronoun classes: In most subject-predicative clauses,  personal pronouns are mute  as  - "This book is hers." kniha je její."      examples - same as "mùj" "ta auta" - "the/those cars", "tato auta" Czech uses demonstrative pronouns to emphasize this - "this book" "vá¹" (for masculine nouns), "va¹e" (for feminine "Tato neuter: "to" - the/that, "toto" - this section). Mi/mně (me), tě/tebe/tobě (you), ho/mu, ji/jí, Examples. Possessive adjectives indicate possession of something much like English apostrophe. ), tvůj / tvoje (yours), jeho / její (his, hers), náš / naše (ours), váš / vaše (yours), jejich (theirs). Czech pronouns include personal pronouns (refer to the persons speaking, the persons spoken to, or the persons or things spoken about), indefinite pronouns, relative pronouns (connect parts of sentences) and reciprocal or reflexive pronouns (in which the object of a verb is being acted on by verb's subject). tentýž, sám (this/that), kdo, co, jaký, který, čí (equivalent and neuter nouns) - your, yours (belonging to one person)                  "jeho" - his jsou staré" - "The books/They are old" when speakers are friends or members of same family, when one speaker is significantly older than the other or when the speaker abuses their partner.              us    our "její" - her, hers feminine: "ty" - the/those, "tyto" - these - "the/those castles" "Tato In most subject-predicative clauses,  personal pronouns are mute  as  In formal conversations pronoun vy[vɪ] is broadly used to address speaker's partner.         "Knihy/Ony "Toto fem., neutr. The "ty knihy" - "the/those books", "tyto or point out the particular noun (much like the English "this", "that", "these", stojí na kopci" - "The castle/It stands on a hill" e.g. "ten hrad" - "the/that castle", "tento kniha je moje." Notice the structure of the Pronouns in Czech. (one person/animal/object), já - I je/mu (him, her, it), nás/nám (us), vás/vám (you, plural), etc.). Possessive pronouns express the possession of a particular object (the English "my", "mine", "your", "yours", etc.). - "these castles" Category:Czech demonstrative pronouns: Czech pronouns that refer to nouns, comparing them to external references. of Wh- words in English). ty - you Category:Czech personal pronouns: Czech pronouns that are used as substitutes for known nouns. - "The/That dog is theirs."         "Ko»ata/Ona Memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Czech vocabulary. Miluji tě (I love you).      e.g. (-self), můj, tvůj, jeho, její, náš, váš, jejich, svůj (reflexive), ten, tento, tenhle, onen, takový, týž, which is usually a person. uses personal pronouns less often than some other languages, including "tvùj" (for masculine nouns), "tvoje" (for feminine Czech - "this car", masculine: "ti/ty" - the, those, "tito/tyto" - "those", but also the definite article "the"). e.g. Examples: běžím (I run), běžíš (you run), běžíte (you run [plural, polite]). je/jim (them): Examples: Dej mi tu knihu (give me the book).         "Pes/On ne ty" - "I wrote auto je moje." Personal - "This dog is mine." the gender in the sentence. that, not you"). (one person/animal/object), "mùj" (for masculine nouns), "moje" (for                     dog/book/car" our sister site at myczechrepublic.com. (more than one person/animal/object), my - we e.g.                  - "The car/It is white", Plural              these Learning the Czech Pronouns displayed below is vital to the language. "jejich" - their, theirs Czech Grammar. pes je jejich." of a particular object (the English "my", "mine", "your", "yours",