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Possessive Adjective Review

By: Trayshelle Cherry & Greer Hiltabidle
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Greer Hiltabidle

on 5 September 2012

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Transcript of Possessive Adjective Review

Adjetivos Posesivos Review By: Trayshelle Cherry and Greer Hiltabidle Plural Possessives Before the Noun Example: Son sus libros. mi (my) nuestro/a (our)

tu (your) vuestro/a (your)

su (its, his, her) su (its, his, her) Singular Possessives Before the Noun Example: Este es mi plátano. This is my banana. Those are his books. Remember: These possessives that go before the noun must agree with number. Singular Possessives After the Noun mío/a (my, of mine) nuestro/a (our, of ours)

tuyo/a (your, of yours) vuestro/a (your, of yours)

suyo/a (its, his, hers, their, of his, of hers, of theirs) suyo/a (its, his, hers, their, of his, of hers, of theirs) Example Es la manzana mía. That apple is mine. Remember: These Possessives that go after the noun must agree with the noun's gender and number. Plural Possessives After the Noun Example Son los huevos míos. They are my eggs. Remember: These Possessives that go after the verb must agree with the gender and number. EL FIN GRACIAS :) Actividad Izquierda Derecha Step One Divide Class into 2 Groups and each group line up in single file in front of their side of the board. Object To be faster than the other group. In order to win a round, you must have a complete answer correctly spelled and with proper grammar. Who ever rings the bell first with the correct answer wins the round and gains one point. The Game Either Trayshelle or Greer will read a sentence or phrase in English and we will specify whether to use the long or short form. Each person will have to translate it in Spanish. The rest of your team will not be able to help you. The Winner The team with the most points at the end of the game will win. mis (my) nuestros/as (our)

tus (your) vuestros/as (your)

sus (its, his, her) sus (its, his, her) míos/as (my, of mine) nuestros/as (our, of ours)

tuyos/as (your, of yours) vuestros/as (your, of yours)

suyos/as (its, his, hers, their, of his, of hers, of theirs) suyos/as (its, his, hers, their, of his, of hers, of theirs) Different Kinds of Possessives There are 2 different kinds of possessives: The kind that go before the noun, or the short way, and the kind that go after the noun, or the long way. Example: Son mis peces. They are my fish. Example: Es su elefante. Its his elephant. Example Ese es el amorodo tuyo. That strawberry is yours. Remember: These Possessives that go after the noun must agree with the noun's gender and number. Example Son los sellos nuestros. . Remember: These Possessives that go after the verb must agree with the gender and number. They are our seals. Remember Míos, mías, mío and mía are the only possessives that have an accent. Rules After you finish your sentence, put the cap on your marker, place it on the white board, and ring the bell. If the two opponents ring it at the same time, both teams gain one point. If you do not have a correct answer, you will have to fix it until you get it right, or your opponent does.
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