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  • Possessive Adjectives

    Unidad 1 Etapa 3

    Pg. 82

  • Possessive Adjectives Possessive adjectives tell you who owns something or describes a relationship between two people or things.

    In Spanish, possessive adjectives agree in number with the nouns they describe.

    Remember that the possessive adjective refers to the person(s) or thing(s) being possessed, not the possessor.

  • Possessive Adjectives There are both singular and plural possessive adjectives, just like regular adjectives:

    Es mi libro. It is my book.

    Son mis libros. They are my books.

  • Singular Possessive Adjectives (describe singular things that people/things possess)

    Su their/all of your

    Su his/her/it’s/your

    Vuestro (a) y’all

    Tu your

    Nuestro (a) our

    Mi my

  • Plural Possessive Adjectives (describe plural things that people/things possess)

    Sus their/all of yours

    Sus his/her/it’s/your

    Vuestro (as) y’all’s

    Tus your

    Nuestros (as) our

    Mis my

  • The adjectives nuestro(a) and vuestro(a) must also agree in gender with the nouns they describe.

    Ejemplos:

    SINGULAR PLURAL Nuestro abuelo Nuestros abuelos Nuestra abuela Nuestras abuelas

  • If you need to emphasize, substitute the adjective with:

    de + pronoun or the person’s name

    Es su tío.  Es el tío de él.

    de usted, él, ella de nosotros (as) de vosotros (as)

    de ustedes, ellos (as)