Possessive adjective order

Min/mitt, din/ditt before or after the noun

In Norwegian, for a phrase such as "my dog", you are likely to encounter both "min hund" and "hunden min". Similarly, for "your cat", there is both "din katt" and "katten din". You may wonder if there are any rules about when to use which, but there isn’t! It’s entirely up to your personal preference (with some caveats). 💡 If you’re looking for when to use "min" vs. "mitt" etc, look here. [Read More]