2 English Grammar Connection Possessive adjectives tell you WHO owns something or describe a RELATIONSHIP between people or things. The forms of possessive adjectives do not change in English, but they do in Spanish.EX)They are my cousins.Ellos son mis primos.
3 Nuestro(a) and nuestros(as) must also agree in gender!!! In Spanish, possessive adjectives agree in NUMBER with the nouns they describe.SingularMi – myTu – your (familiar)Su – your (formal), his, hers, its or theirNuestro(a) – ourEs mi tía.She is my aunt.PluralMis – myTus – your (familiar)Sus – your (formal), his, hers, its or theirNuestros(as) – ourSon mis tías.They are my aunts.Nuestro(a) and nuestros(as) must also agree in gender!!!
4 Practice My cousin My cousins Your (fam.) mother Their mother His friendHer friendsOur dogsOur catMi primoMis primosTu madreSu madreSu amigoSus amigosNuestros perrosNuestro gato