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Adjetivos y Pronombres Posesivos Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns Por: Señora Aguilera.

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1 Adjetivos y Pronombres Posesivos Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns Por: Señora Aguilera

2 Adjetivos vs. Pronombres Adjectives – describe a noun (noun present) The red book. Pronouns – replace a noun (noun not present) The red one. Possessive Adj. – tells who owns it (with noun) My red book. Possessive Pron. – tells who owns it (without noun) My red one.

3 Revista de Adjetivos Posesivos Singular Object/Person Plural Object/Person MyMiMis YourTuTus His/Her/Your (Ud.) SuSus OurNuestro/aNuestros/as TheirSuSus Your (Uds.)SuSus

4 Adjetivos posesivos (forma larga) & Pronombres Posesivos Singular thing M Singular thing F Plural thing M Plural thing F MineMíoMíaMíosMías YoursTuyoTuyaTuyostuyas His, hers, yours (Ud) SuyoSuyaSuyossuyas OursNuestroNuestraNuestrosNuestras TheirsSuyoSuyaSuyosSuyas Yours (Uds.)SuyoSuyaSuyosSuyas

5 How to use them… Adjectives – 2 ways Short form (before noun) Es mi video. It is my video. Long form of Adj is more expressive and can be used when talking of special people. Es un video mío. (adj. after noun) It is a video of mine. Es una prima mía. (for special friend) She is a cousin of mine. Pronouns – use the long form of Adj and def. article (el, la, los, las) Es el mío.Son los míos. It is mine.They are mine.


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