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inglés- español: en conexiónPossessive adjectives: Tell you who owns something. Describe a relationship between people or things. Do not change forms in English. Do change forms in Spanish. They are my cousins. Ellos son mis primos.
Singular possessive adjectivesmi nuestro(a) tu vuestro(a) su
Plural possessive adjectivesmis nuestros(as) tus vuestros(as) sus
REGLA In Spanish, possessive adjectives MUST agree (gender and number) with the nouns they describe!
Ejemplos Es mi tía. Son mis tías. Nuestra abuela tiene 70 años.Nuestros abuelos viven en San Francisco.
Practicar My books Her dog Their cats Our uncles Our sisterYour brother (informal)
ESPAÑOL UNO CAPÍTULO 6 ADJETIVOS POSESIVOS.
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Possessive Adjectives Showing Possession In Spanish there are NO apostrophes. You cannot say, for example, Jorges dog, (using an apostrophe)
U3L2 Los Adjetivos Posesivos Use possessive adjectives to express my, your, his, our, their..etc Possessive adjectives must: Agree in number with the.
Los adjetivos posesivos (and using “de” to show possession)
ANTE TODO Possessive adjectives, like descriptive adjectives, are words that are used to qualify people, places, or things. Possessive adjectives express.
¡Mi casa es su casa!.
Los adjetivos posesivos
Possessive Adjectives Adjetivos Posesivos
Possessive adjectives Grammar essential #31. Possessive Adjectives One can also make possessives with adjectives. This exist in English as well. his,
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