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Les adjectifs possessifs
In English, how do we say that something belongs to someone?My Your His Hers Our Their
In French and English, we use possessive adjectives (les adjectifs possessifs) to say that something belongs to someone.
Les adjectifs possessifsEn anglais En français ____________’s my Your His/hers Our their de ______________ Mon, ma, mes Ton, ta, tes Son, sa, ses notre, nos Votre, vos Leur, leurs
Pourquoi pensez-vous est-ce qu’il y a 2 ou 3 façons à dire un mot?Pensez aux règles d’accord d’adjectifs comme genre, nombre.
…yes, possessive adjectives must also agree with the noun they modify in gender and quantity, which means….
…if my noun is masculine (le, un), I need to use a masculine possessive adjective! -mon, ton, son, notre, votre, leur
…If my noun is feminine (la, une), I need to use a Feminine possessive adjective! -ma, ta, sa, notre, votre, leur
…If my noun is plural (les, des), I need to use a plural possessive adjective! -mes, tes, ses, nos, vos, leurs
ANGLAIS Masculin Féminin Pluriel MY MON MA MES *YOUR (informal = tu) TON TA TES HIS/HERS SON SA SES OUR NOTRE NOS (formal = vous) VOTRE VOS THEIR LEUR LEURS
In French, how many ways are there to say “my”?There are 3 ways: mon, ma, mes.
In French, how many ways are there to say “our”?There are 2: notre, nos.
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Comment on dit…. Mon chat Ta chemise Sa maison Son chien Nos papiersVotre père Leurs amis Le cahier de Jake
Traduisez en français! Their pizza His homework Her bike My carYour mom (inf.) Our dog your friends (for.) Devon’s hair
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Les adjectifs possessifs
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