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In one of my German courses, I keep getting mixed up with the following two sentences:

Hier ist ihr Schlüssel, Herr Schiller

and

Können Sie ihren Schlüssel nehmen, Herr Schiller

Can anyone explain to me WITHOUT BIG GRAMMAR WORDS, why the IHR and IHREN?

These sentences are spoken to the same person about the same key…

Thanks

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In one of my German courses, I keep getting mixed up with the following two sentences:

Hier ist ihr Schlüssel, Herr Schiller 

and

Können Sie ihren Schlüssel nehmen, Herr Schiller 

Can anyone explain to me WITHOUT BIG GRAMMAR WORDS, why the IHR and IHREN?

These sentences are spoken to the same person about the same key…

Thanks
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