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Los adjetivos y pronombres posesivos ( Possessive adjectives and pronouns ). Possessive adjectives:. Indicate possession Go in front of nouns in English and Spanish Example: My car? Ejemplo : ¿Mi carro ?. Possessive adjectives. Ejemplos :. Our house Nuestra casa Its life Su vida

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possessive adjectives
Possessive adjectives:
  • Indicate possession
  • Go in front of nouns in English and Spanish
  • Example: My car?
  • Ejemplo: ¿Mi carro?
ejemplos
Ejemplos:
  • Our house
  • Nuestra casa
  • Its life
  • Su vida
  • His life
  • Su vida
  • Herlife
  • Su vida
  • Y’all’slife
  • Su vida
m s ejemplos
Más ejemplos
  • My dog
  • Mi perro
  • My dogs
  • Misperros
  • Their dog
  • Su perro
  • Theirdogs
  • Sus perros
possessive pronouns
Possessive pronouns
  • Possessive pronouns replace nouns:
  • Mi libro es grande. El tuyo es pequeño. My bookislarge. Yoursissmall.
  • Tu carro es verde. El mío es rojo. Your car isgreen. Mine is red.
hacer
Hacer:
  • La fiesta: mine,yours,his,hers,ours,theirs,yours
  • Las cucharas: mine,yours,his,hers,ours,theirs,yours
  • Los dinosaurios: mine,yours,his,hers,ours,theirs,yours
  • El problema: mine,yours,his,hers,ours,theirs,yours
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Más:
  • The definite article is usually omitted when the possessive pronoun comes after the verb ser:
    • El carrograndeesmío.The big car is mine.
el suyo la suya los suyos las suyas can be clarified as follows
El suyo, la suya, los suyos, lassuyas can be clarified as follows:
  • El carrograndeessuyo.The big car is his. (unclarified)
  • El carrograndees de él.The big car is his. (clarified)
prepositional pronouns
Prepositional pronouns
  • Thesepronounsfollowprepositions (likede, para, por, a, hacia etc.)
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Ejemplos
  • Juan habla de mí.Juan speaks of me.
  • Hablo con ellos.I speak with them.
  • Pablo compró un anilloparaella.Pablo bought a ring for her.
  • The pool? I bought cleaner for it.

¿La piscina? Yo compré producto de limpieza para ella.

weirdness
Weirdness
  • Whenever mí follows the preposition con, the two words combine to form conmigo.
    • ¿Porqué no vienesconmigo?Why don't you come with me?
  • Whenever ti follows the preposition con, the two words combine to form contigo.
    • No voycontigo, voy con ellos.I'm not going with you, I'm going with them.
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Whenever you want to say "with him, with her, with you (formal), with them, with you-all (formal)" there are two possibilities. If the pronoun is referring to the subject of the sentence, use consigo. If the pronoun does not refer to the subject of the sentence, use con + the appropriate pronoun.

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Pronoun does refer to the subject

    • He took the pens with him(self).Élllevólasplumasconsigo.
    • Why don't you take a book with you(rself)?¿Porqué no lleva un libroconsigo?
  • Pronoun does not refer to the subject
    • They live with him.Ellosvivencon él.
    • I don't want to talk to you.No quierohablarcon usted.
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There are six special prepositions that are followed by subject pronouns rather than object pronouns.
  • entre- between
  • excepto - except
  • incluso - including
  • menos - except
  • según - according to
  • salvo - except
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Ejemplos
  • Entre tú y yo, esta comida es horrible.Todos beben agua, incluso yo.
  • Según tú, la chica es bonita.