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Possessive Adjectives Say what belongs to whom My cat is ugly. His dog is spunky.
Adjetivos posesivos en inglés My Your (informal) His Her Your (formal) Our Your (plural, informal) Their Your (plural, formal)
Adjetivos posesivos en español Mi Tu (informal) Su Su (formal) Nuestro Vuestro (plural, informal) Su Su (plural, formal)
Mi(s), Tu(s), Su(s) Agree in number. They change between singular and plural depending upon what comes after. Mi gato. Mis gatos.
Nuestro, Vuestro Agree in number and gender to object Nuestro Nuestra Nuestros Nuestras Agree in number and gender to object Vuestro Vuestra Vuestros Vuestras
Ejemplos Our grandma is old. Nuestra abuela es vieja. My parents are nice. Mis padres son simpáticos. His cats are fat. Sus gatos son gordos.
Práctica His grandma Their grandma Our grandma
Práctica My father Your father Our father
Práctica My cousins Her cousins Our cousins
Práctica His sister Our sister Your (plural, formal) sister
Práctica Her sisters Our sisters My sisters
U3L2 Los Adjetivos Posesivos Use possessive adjectives to express my, your, his, our, their..etc Possessive adjectives must: Agree in number with the.
Possesive Adjectives. inglés- español: en conexión Possessive adjectives: Tell you who owns something. Describe a relationship between people or things.
Los adjetivos posesivos Whats the POINT? What is the ESSENTIAL QUESTION? How do I correctly express possession in Spanish using possessive adjectives (words.
Page 162 Possessive Adjectives Possessive Adjectives Adjectives DESCRIBE nouns, correct? Well, they can also show possession.
Possessive Adjectives!. You have already learned one way to say that something belongs to someone. What is the little word we use?
Possessive Adjectives Adjetivos Posesivos. Forms of possessive adjectives SINGULARPLURAL My Your (fam.) His, her, Its, your (form.) Our Your (fam.) Their,
Possessive Adjectives. Possessive adjectives in English are as follows: myouryour his, her,their its.
Possessive adjectives Grammar essential #31. Possessive Adjectives One can also make possessives with adjectives. This exist in English as well. his,
Possessive Adjectives Possessive Adjectives Adjectives DESCRIBE nouns, correct?
Los adjetivos posesivos (and using de to show possession) Possessive adjectives must agree with the word/noun being possessed, NOT the possessor!
Possessive adjectives mi (s)my tu(s) your (informal) su(s)his/her/your (formal) (plural or singular) their nuestro(a)(s) our vuestro(a)(s) your (plural)
Page 88 Realidades 2 Possessive Adjectives Showing Possession In Spanish there are NO apostrophes. You cannot say, for example, Jorges dog, (using an.
ESPAÑOL UNO CAPÍTULO 6 ADJETIVOS POSESIVOS. Adjetivos Posesivos Possessive adjectives, like descriptive adjectives, are words that are used to describe.
Page 12 – Para Empezar Realidades 3 Possessive Adjectives.
Possessive Adjectives Showing Possession In Spanish there are NO apostrophes. You cannot say, for example, Jorges dog, (using an apostrophe)
1 Possessive Adjectives Spanish One ch.5A 2 Los adjetivos: Adjectives: Words that modify nouns En español, most adjectives have either two or four forms.
Hosted By Sra. Kelman La familia Singular possessive adjectives Plural possessive adjectives Giving dates
POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES There are 2 ways to express possession in English. 1.Use s to show an item belongs to a specific person Ex. Marias sweater 2. Use.
3.2 Possessive Adjectives ANTE TODO Possessive adjectives, like descriptive adjectives, are words that are used to qualify people, places, or things. Possessive.
Comparisons Sentences of equality or inequality. In all the comparison phrases, the adjective, adverb or noun goes between the words. (If it is an adjective,
Capítulo 5. mi abuela mi abuela my grandmother mi abuelo mi abuelo.
¡Mi casa es su casa!. These are my books. Those are yours. I saw their car in the garage. Have you seen ours? I ate my cookie yesterday. Did George eat.
La posesión en el español Expressing Possession in Spanish.
Adjetivos y Pronombres Posesivos Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns Por: Señora Aguilera.
Possessive Adjectives; Comparatives Unidad 3 Lección 2.
Los adjetivos An adjective must agree with the word it describes (modifies) in 2 ways: 1) Gender (masculine/feminine) 2) Number (singular/plural)
Possessive Adjectives and family tree projects Spanish 1.
Long-Form Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns (Los adjetivos y pronombres posesivos de forma larga) ¡Este premio es mío! ¡No, no es tuyo! ¡Es mío!
Les adjectifs possessifs Telling what belongs to you and others in French.
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