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E1 Possessive Adjs

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Nikki Karl

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Remember that "de" is a preposition....
So, after "de" we will use a person's name
or
Long Possessive
Possessive adjectives and pronouns
The possessive case of "de"
Possessive Pronoun
HIS shoes are green
Sus zapatos son verdes
Possessive adjs agree with the
OBJECT OF POSSESSION
mi/mis
tu/tus
su/sus
vuestro/a/s
su/sus
my
your
your
his
her
y'alls
y'alls
their
1. My cousins are serious.

2. Her books are interesting.

3. Their car is fast

4. Our class is fun!
Let's write these on the smartboard
Whose shoes are green?
Short Possessive
our
nuestro/a/s
mío/a/s
tuyo/a/s
suyo/a/s
nuestro/a/s
vuestro/a/s
suyo/a/s
mine
yours
yours
his
hers
ours
y'alls
y'alls
theirs
Los primos míos son serios.
Los libros suyos son interesantes.
El coche suyo es rápido.
La clase nuestra es divertida.
mí nosotros/as
ti vosotros/as
ud. uds.
él ellos
ella ellas
Remember we learned these prepositional pronouns when we learned the clarification phrases that we used with gustar?
Prepositonal Pronouns
Los primos de mí son serios.
Sus
His?
Her's?
Your's?
?
?
El duende
s
s
Possessive adjectives agree with the object of possession!!!
Even though he is ONE person
What belongs to him is plural.
Therefore, to say "his" in this case, you must add "s" to "su" because the object of possession is plural
Let's take a look
at an example
of these rules!
1- Agrees with the object of possession...NOT the possessor.
2- It goes in FRONT of the noun it modifies.
3- It can only be used as an adjective, never a pronoun.
Rules of the Short form:
Mi
s
primo
s
son serios.
Su
s
libro
s
son interesantes
Su coche es rápido.
Nuestr
a
clase es divertida.
Let's practice!
Translate these phrases with he correct possessive adjective.
1. My cousins are serious.

2. Her books are interesting.

3. Their car is fast

4. Our class is fun!
1- Agrees with the object of possession...NOT the possessor.
2- It goes AFTER the noun it modifies.
Rules of the long form:
Let's take a
look at an
example
His coins are gold.
Las monedas suyas son de oro.
(The coins of his are gold.)
His hat is green.
(The hat of his is green)
El sombrero suyo es verde.
as
as
as
o
o
¿Están listos
para practicar?
L
os
prim
os

os
son serios.
L
os
libr
os
suy
os
son interesantes.
El
coche suy
o
es rápido.
La
clase nuestr
a
es divertida.
Don't forget
rule #3!!
3- The long form of the possessive can also be a pronoun.
mío/a/s
tuyo/a/s
suyo/a/s
nuestro/a/s
vuestro/a/s
suyo/a/s
mine
yours
yours
his
hers
ours
y'alls
y'alls
theirs
Los libros suyos son interesantes.
La clase nuestra es divertida.
1. My cousins are serious.

2. Her books are interesting.

3. Their car is fast

4. Our class is fun!
L
os
prim
os

os
son serios.
L
os
libr
os
suy
os
son interesantes.
El
coche suy
o
es rápido.
La
clase nuestr
a
es divertida.
A pronoun takes the place of a noun
The long form of the possessive adjective
can also be used as a pronoun...
Can you remember
the long form of
the possessives?
Let's take the sentences
we already did using the
long possessive
adjective
and turn them into
PRONOUNS!!
MINE
HER'S
THEIR'S
OUR'S
Los míos son serios.
Los suyos son intersantes.
El suyo es rápido
La nuestra es divertida.
Answer the following questions
using the possessive PRONOUN!
Práctica
1. ¿Dónde está tu hermano?
(en clase)

2. ¿Quién es mi profesora?
(la sra. Karl)

3. ¿Qué son nuestras responsibilidades?
(la tarea y los apuntes)

4. ¿Cuál es mi libro?
(Éste)

5. ¿Dónde está la casa de Pablo?
(al lado de la escuela)
El mío está en clase.
La tuya es la sra. Karl
Las suyas son la tarea y los apuntes.
Éste es el tuyo
Las vuestras
La suya está al lado de la escuela.
This is what we call the
"possessive case of DE"
De...
1. Ana's grandmother is nice.

2. The leprechaun's hat is green.

3. His shoes are green too!

4. Our class is fun.

5. Your house is pretty.
La abuela de Ana es simpática.
La clase de nosotros es divertida.
El sombrero del duende es verde.
La casa de ti es bonita.
Los zapatos de él son verdes también.
Translate using the possessive case of "de".
Práctica
If you need more help...
Watch this video!

Teacher Resources
mi
nuestros
de
Jorge
Los
míos
nuestras
de
los
mayas
Su
mía
sus
suyos
suya
nuestro
tu
tuya
su
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