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Possessive Pronouns. Let´s look at the possessive adjectives first. There are two sets. The first set goes before the noun. Possessive Pronouns. mi / mis my tu / tus your su / sus his, her, your. nuestro, -a our nuestros, -as vuestro, -a your vuestros, -as su / sus their

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Possessive pronouns1

Possessive Pronouns


Possessive adjectives before the noun

mi / mis my

tu / tus your

su / sus his, her, your

nuestro, -a our

nuestros, -as

vuestro, -a your

vuestros, -as

su / sus their

your

Possessive Adjectives (before the noun)


Possessive adjectives before the noun1

mi suéter

mis suéteres

tu suéter

tus suéteres

su suéter

sus suéteres

nuestro suéter

nuestros suéteres

nuestra sudadera

nuestras sudaderas

su suéter

sus suéteres

Possessive Adjectives (before the noun)


Possessive adjectives after the noun

mío,mía my

míos, mías

tuyo, tuya your

tuyos, tuyas

suyo, suya his,her

suyos, suyas your

nuestro, -a our

nuestros, -as

vuestro, -a your

vuestros, -as

suyo, suya their

suyos, suyas your

Possessive Adjectives (after the noun)


Possessive adjectives after the noun1

  • el suéter mío, los suéteres míos

  • (my sweater, my sweaters)

  • la sudadera mía, las sudaderas mías

  • (my sweatshirt, my sweatshirts)

  • el suéter suyo, los suéteres suyos

  • (his, her sweater / his, her sweaters)

  • la sudadera suya, las sudaderas suyas

  • (his, her sweatshirt / his, her sweatshirts)

Possessive Adjectives (after the noun)


Possessive pronouns2

Possessive Pronouns


Possessive pronouns3

  • El suéter mío (my sweater - poss. adj.) possessive adjectives proceded by the definite article.

  • El mío (mine – poss. pron.)

  • La sudadera nuestra (our sweatshirt)

  • La nuestra (ours – pron.)

  • El libro suyo (his book – poss. Adj.)

  • El suyo (his – pron.)

Possessive Pronouns


Possessive pronouns4

  • Mis padres possessive adjectives proceded by the definite article. son muy serios. ¿Y los tuyos?

  • Los míos son bastante divertidos.

  • Tu familia es muy pequeña. La mía es bastante grande.

Possessive Pronouns


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Possessive Pronouns