What is the difference between reflexive pronouns and personal pronouns.
I am making a chart with all cases in different situations - as this is where I am in my learning.
I am confused when to use what, and what the difference is between certain variations in the two. See the below charts:
(Nevermind ihr being circled)
So I have a few questions that would clear some stuff up:
(1) When would I use ihm instead of sich and so on? Basically what I am asking is, why are some reflexive pronouns in the accusative and dative cases, such as mich, mir, the same as the personal pronoun accusative and dative cases? While some, like the case for er (ihn, ihm, sich), do not.
(2) I noticed that Wikipedia has unser and euer for the personal pronoun genitive case. This other chart which is from http://www.german-exercises.de/ has unserer and euerer. Which is correct? Why the discrepancy?
(3) Also is there a Ref-Genitive case?