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Spanish Possessive Adjectives
Transcript of Spanish Possessive Adjectives
Él / Ella / Usted Ellos / Ellas / Ustedes
... now here are their possessive adjectives: mi / mis nuestro(s) / nuestra(s)
tu / tus
su / sus su / sus Possessive adjectives agree with the nouns they modify. That is, they agree with the thing possessed, not the possessor.
Mi, tu and su do not have masculine and feminine forms. They stay the same, regardless of the gender of the nouns they modify.
is not the
'nuestro' Created By:
Señor Ganado Finally, if you aren't sure about which posessive adjective to use, you can also use the prepositional phrase 'de'... El libro de Juan =
Juan's book (literally, the book of Juan)
La abuela de Ana y Pablo = Pablo and Ana's grandmother
La idea de los niños =
The kids' idea
La iglesia de Madrid = Madrid's church
What's the catch?
You do NOT use possessiv adjectives when talking about body parts; Instead, you use definite articles..
Me duele el brazo.
My arm hurts.