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When to use possessive pronouns vs. dative pronoun + definite article
German uses a reflexive dative pronoun and a regular definite article in many places where English would use a possessive pronoun. For example: I broke my leg. Ich habe mir das Bein gebrochen. ...
May 21 '13 at 0:01
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