Talking about possessions. We use the following possessive adjectives to talk about possessions: Mi, mis = my Tu , tus = your Su, sus = his, her, your (formal) Ejemplos : Mi libro – my book Mis libros – my books Tu libro – your book Tus libros – your books
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We use the following possessive adjectives to talk about possessions:
Mi, mis = my
Tu, tus = your
Su, sus = his, her, your (formal)
Mi libro – my book
Mislibros – my books
Tulibro – your book
Tuslibros – your books
Su libro – his book (her book, your book)
Suslibros – his books (her books, your books)
In Spanish, you can add endings to words to show they are special to you. These are called diminutive endings.
-ito, -ita, -itos, -itas
Mi hermano – mi hermanito
Misabuelos – misabuelitos
Mi hermana – mishermanitas
Misabuelas – misabuelitas
These endings can also be used to show that something is small in size
Leo mi libro.Leo mi librito.
Escribo en el papel.Escribo en un papelito.
Él vive en una casa grande.Ella vive en una casita.