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No apostrophes in Spanish!  When you want to say that something belongs to someone, use the word de and that person’s name.  Example:  El libro de.

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2 No apostrophes in Spanish!  When you want to say that something belongs to someone, use the word de and that person’s name.  Example:  El libro de Eric está perdido.  La abuela de Mark es muy amable.

3 Short forms of possessive adjectives  Mi(s)My  Tu(s)Your  Su(s)Your (ud.), His, Her, Its  Nuestro/a(s)Our  Vuestro/a(s)Your (all’s—Spain)  Su(s)Your (all’s—uds.), Their  Remember that the endings on these word match the noun that is possessed, NOT the possessor.  Must be used with a noun following it.

4 Long forms of possessive adjectives  Mío/a(s)(of) mine  Tuyo/a(s)(of) yours  Suyo/a(s)(of) yours (ud.), his, hers  Nuestro/a(s)(of) ours  Vuestro/a(s)(of) your all’s  Suyo/a(s)(of) your all’s (uds.), theirs  These forms can be used alone in a sentence (without a noun).


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