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6.1 Aggettivi possessivi
Express ownership or relationship (my, your, his, etc.)
Agree in number and gender with the noun they modify not with the possessor.
They are preceded by an article
È la famiglia di Antonio. È la sua famiglia
Sono i fratelli di Antonio.. Sono i suoi fratelli.
Sono le sorelle di Antonio.. Sono le sue sorelle.
Il mio ragazzo. La mia ragazza.
I nostri nonni. Signor Rivi, la sua macchina è pronta.
NOTE: a. When certain prepositions precede a definite article, the two words contract.
Nella mia famiglia ci sono sei persone
Telefono dal Suo ufficio?
Ritornano dal loro viaggio
b. Article is not used when a possessive adjective precedes a singular noun that refers to a relative or if it is modified by an adjective or a suffix. Mio zio Baldo
Mio zio Nostra cugina Nella Suo fratello i miei zii le mie zie il tuo fratellino BUT
c.Loro is invariable and is always preceded by the article. La loro sorella I loro vicini
c. Phrases such as a friend of mine and some books of yours translate as: un mio amico alcuni tuoi libri
d. The idiomatic expression a casa mia, a casa tua, etc., mean at (to) my house, at (to) your house.
e. The possessive pronouns have the same forms for the possessive adjectives. The are preceded by an article even when they refer to relatives.
mia madre e la sua la tua casa e la nostra i suoi amici e i miei Ecco mio fratello dov’è il Suo.
Ciao! P Pratica A. Cosa cerchi? B. Chi portate? C. Di chi è? D. Un’amica curiosa.
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