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Gender, possessive adjectives, relatives and plural.
Translate these sentences into English El hombre lee su libro. The man reads his book. La chica se peina (su pelo) The girl brushes her hair. ¿Cúantos perros tiene la hija de James? How many dogs does the daughter of James/ James’ daughter have? ¿Qué coche prefieres? Which car do you prefer?
Translate the sentences and change their gender. Él es actor. He’s an actor. She’s an actress. Ella es azafata She’s a stewardess/ flight attendant He’s a steward/ fight attendant En esta casa vive el príncipe. Es su casa. The prince lives in this house. It’s his house. The princess lives in this house. It’s her house.
Ella es muy guapa, es como una diosa y sus ojos son perfectos. She’s very beautiful, like a goddess and her eyes are perfect. He is very handsome, like a god and his eyes are perfect. Su madre (de Peter) está en su casa (de ella). His mum is in her house. Her dad is in his house. Ella es su novia (de él). She’s his girlfriend. He’s her boyfriend.
Esa es su casa (del perro). That is its house. Esas son mis hijas Those are my daughters Estos son mis sobrinos y mis sobrinas. These are my nephews and my nieces
Esta es mi This is my coffeepot María es nuestra Maria is our schoolteacher /teacher. ¿Tienes aquí tu pasta de dientes? Do you have your toothpaste here? Ella es bombera She’s a firefighter
Plural and Singular People /Everybody/Everyone Rubbish, fruit… Politics, news, economics, linguistics Police Trousers, shorts, jeans, pyjamas, knickers, tights, pants, glasses, scissors Government, family, team, company Organisations: The EU, the UN, NATO