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POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES ESPAÑOL 1-2 GENERAL INFORMATION Possessive Adjectives are used to modify nouns. They must match the noun they modify. Possessive.

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2 POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES ESPAÑOL 1-2

3 GENERAL INFORMATION Possessive Adjectives are used to modify nouns. They must match the noun they modify. Possessive Adjectives follow the same order as they do in English. (Possessive Adjective + Noun) Example = My books, mis libros. The order does not change. Useful Vocab: Possessive: Showing ownership or belonging to someone. Continue Useful Vocab: Modify: To change or alter.

4 QUIZ Match the nouns they modify Show ownership All of the answers are correct Follow the same order as English. Possessive Adjectives

5 TRY AGAIN Click here to return to the previous slide.

6 CONGRATULATIONS! Click here to continue with the lesson.

7 MI(S) To say something belongs to us in English, we say MY. In Spanish, we say MI or MIS. The use of MI or MIS depends on whether the noun we are showing possession of is singular or plural. For example: Este es mi libro. This is my book. Estos son mis libros. These are my books. Continue

8 QUIZ I don’t remember  We always uses mi, regardless of the noun. All of the answers are correct. Mi = singular nouns Mis = plural nouns In English, we use MY… in Spanish we use….

9 TRY AGAIN Click here to return to the previous slide.

10 CONGRATULATIONS! Click here to continue with the lesson.

11 TU(S) To say something belongs to you in English, we say YOUR In Spanish, we say TU or TUS. The use of TU or TUS depends on whether the noun we are showing possession of is singular or plural. For example: Este es tu libro. This is your book. Estos son tus libros. These are your books. Note * Be careful not to confuse this with the word TÚ, which means YOU. * Be careful not to use this when you are talking to a person of respect (USTED) Continuar

12 QUIZ Which of the following statements is true about the possessive adjective tu? Tu is used for all nouns. Tus is used for singular nouns. Tu = your Tú = you You can choose to add an accent or not, its up to you.

13 TRY AGAIN Click here to return to the previous slide.

14 CONGRATULATIONS! Click here to continue with the lesson.

15 SU(S) To say something belongs to him or her or you in English, we say HIS or HER or YOUR In Spanish, we say SU(S) for both HIS or HER YOUR (for usted AND ustedes). The use of SU or SUS depends on whether the noun we are showing possession of is singular or plural. For example: Este es su libro. This is his/her/your book. Estos son sus libros. These are his/her/your books. Note * You can’t always tell whether the person something belongs to is masculine or feminine, so we may need to add some clarifying information later. Continue

16 QUIZ Which of the following statements are true about the possessive adjective SUS? Su needs an accent mark sometimes. SU is for girls and SUS is for boys We never need to clarify for sus. SUS can be used for both HIS and HER

17 TRY AGAIN Click here to return to the previous slide.

18 CONGRATULATIONS Click here to continue with the lesson.

19 To say something belongs to us in English, we say OUR In Spanish, we say for OUR. The use of NUESTRO or NUESTROS depends on whether the noun we are showing possession of is singular or plural. For example: Este es nuestro libro. This is our book. Estos son nuestros libros. These are our books. *Note = This is very similar to the word NOSOTROS, which means WE, but it is not the same thing. *Note = This is the only possessive adjective that can change in GENDER. Continuar

20 QUIZ Choose the example that is correct about NUESTRO: NUESTROS = his or hers NOSOTROS is the same thing as nuestros. NUESTRO = our NUESOTROS = ours

21 TRY AGAIN Click here to return to the previous slide.

22 CONGRATULATIONS ! Click here to continue with the lesson.

23 SU(S) To say something belongs to more than one person in English, we say THEIR In Spanish, we say SU(S) for both HIS or HER THEIR and YOUR (for usted.) The use of SU or SUS depends on whether the noun we are showing possession of is singular or plural. For example: Este es su libro. This is their book. OR This is your (formal person) book. Estos son sus libros. These are their books. Note * You can’t always tell whether the person something belongs to is masculine or feminine, so we may need to add some clarifying information later. Continue

24 QUIZ Which one of these question words is written correctly? SUS – is used for his only SUS – is used for their only SUS – can be used for his, her your and their SUS – is used for his only

25 TRY AGAIN Click here to return to the previous slide.

26 CONGRATULATIONS ! Click here to continue with the lesson. REVIEW

27 Continue MI(S) TU(S) SU(S) NUESTRO Tu(s) means “your.” We have to change it to match the noun we are modifying. Tu libro. Tus libros. *Not used for USTED Mi(s) means “my.” We have to change it to match the noun we are modifying. Mi libro Mis libros Sus(s) means -his -her -Your(FORMAL) -their.” We have to change it to match the noun we are modifying. Su libro Sus libros *We may have to add some clarity with sus. Nuestro(s) means “our.” We have to change it to match the noun we are modifying. Nuestro libro Nuestros libros *This is not the same as nosotros.

28 TEST YOURSELF Click here to continue with the possessive adjective quiz Click here to review the material once more.


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